[nsp] Best ospf reference?
jlin at doradosoftware.com
Thu Nov 13 17:12:36 EST 2003
Best reference is the RFCs.
Next best reference is OSPF design book by cisco press
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From: "Christopher McCrory" <chrismcc at pricegrabber.com>
To: <jamhampton at toast.net>
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Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 2:06 PM
Subject: Re: [nsp] Best ospf reference?
> On Thu, 2003-11-13 at 12:29, jamhampton at toast.net wrote:
> > Ill soon be working with ospf again after not working with it for a
while. I need to review and before I spend a bunch of $$ on bad books I
thought I would ask the list if anyone has come accross a particulaly good
> 1: my best reference was setting up zebra on a couple PCs and a spare
> 2620. Setup, break, lather, rinse, repeat.
> 2: It just so happens I just got (about 5 minutes ago) a safari
> account. http://safaribooksonline.com/. So far safari looks _very_
> I tested it by looking for and browsing Cisco press books for OSPF
> Advanced IP Network Design (CCIE Professional Development) and CCNPÂ®
> Practical Studies: Routing both have a chapter on OSPF.
> This one looks like the ticket though:
> CiscoÂ® OSPF Command and Configuration Handbook (CCIE Professional
> <Disclaimer my company>
> > Thanks
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