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    OSPF - Troubleshooting Session 4 of 8 Discussion Thread

    Brett Lovins

      Today's session: OSPF


      Watch here for seed questions too. André does a kind of "punch, counter punch" format for some of his other online trainings. So at the conclusion of today, we're going to post a seed question or two. We are hoping you'll participate by offering up answers... and then, counter punch... or ask another question after the first is answered. We are having lively discussions on post webinar threads. Here they are from the previous weeks:

      Static Routing | Access-Lists | Policy-Based Routing - Troubleshooting Session 1 of 8 Discussion Thread

      RIP - Troubleshooting Session 2 of 8 Discussion Thread

      EIGRP - Troubleshooting Session 3 of 8 Discussion Thread


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      This thread for today's session on: OSPF

       

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      Brett

       

      From André:


      Challenge


      Attempt to post a minimum of three 'Substantive Posts' on three separate days each week to support the discussion aspect of our learning process mantra. This will allow you to maximize your learning effectiveness while at the same time paying it forward to other community members. More is always welcome. Substantive Posts¹ can be in the form of:


      • Questions where you truly seek the answer
      • Questions where you know the answer and are leading others down the path of discovery
      • Questions highlighting traps that you have fallen into in your experience and where the solution reasoning is unclear
      • Insights and tips you have learned along the way and that you feel would benefit others
      • Detailed answers to others posts


      The main goal is to keep discussion threads intended for learning going as long as possible by not only answering a question, but by posting a return question that can be answered by any community member. We refer to this as counterpunching.

       

      Added the PDF

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