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    #26
    Its been my experience Jeremy C of CBT nuggets is always great, but after following his teachings, I checked out Pluralsight and they have really stepped up their game since taking over Train Signal. Give it a go and see what you think. I will admit the guy dives pretty deep on some stuff, and when he was covering LSAs my eyes glazed over. LOL.
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    #27
    If you have their AAP, I highly recommend the CCNP Candidate's Guides. Travis Bonfigli has three series under that title. One for BGP, OSPF, and EIGRP. It was a nice change after listening to Keith for Switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phiers View Post
    If you have their AAP, I highly recommend the CCNP Candidate's Guides. Travis Bonfigli has three series under that title. One for BGP, OSPF, and EIGRP. It was a nice change after listening to Keith for Switch.
    Hmm I actually do for another 2 months or so. Let me check that stuff out. Thank you for the tip.
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    #29
    Fun fact: between areas OSPF kinda acts like distance vector logic.. if you only build the topology for the current area you're in, routes from other areas slip in through the ABR or ASBR.

    Annoying fact: traffic between 2 areas always has to flow through area 0; kinda sucks if you have 2 routers in area X and Y where you could just have a direct link between them; i understand the logic though but from what I read so far IS-IS doesn't necessarily have the same issue.
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    #30
    L3-1(config)#router ospf 12
    L3-1(config-router)#exit
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    *Nov 16 20:38:35.640: %OSPF-4-NORTRID: OSPF process 12 failed to allocate unique router-id and cannot start

    So I recall reading that OSPF must have a router-ID otherwise it doesn't play nice. I wanted to use the interface level ospf command ip ospf 12 area 0 command instead of the traditional "network" one and ran into the above syslog message to enforce the subject once more ..this is tricky exam question type of material lol
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    #32
    By the time I'm done with ROUTE, I'll be dreaming of LSA types - there's a lot of meat to these; a lot more than I anticipated anyway.
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