[j-nsp] PSN-2013-08-987 - OSPF Advisory - Impact?
cristian.frizziero at iquall.net
Mon Aug 5 01:29:22 EDT 2013
Just to give you an example, here in Telecom Italia all
the POPS are setted as NSSA areas, and inside them there are 2 ABRs that
are connected to ALL their edge boxes onto 2 VLANs, so we have a wide
use of broadcast domains in our network... not in the core obviously,
but every non-zero areas for us are impacted by this alert.
Il 02/08/2013 12:04 PM Cheikh-Moussa, Ahmad ha scritto:
>> so you mean if I have my (OSPF) routers and customer routers
on the same broadcast network? Ah no, we don't have that. That way
madness lies. ;)
> Yepp, madness can be everywhere ..
>> I would
*hope* that people that have this kind of setup also enable MD5 because
otherwise what would customers prevent from just joining the OSPF area
anyway... but perhaps I'm overly optimistic.
> You know, expect the
worst, hope for the best :-)
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