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Old 05-28-2011, 11:57 AM
Amr Amr is offline
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Question Sixth Edition, Page 461


I have noticed this little possible typo a year ago, and I didn't see anyone reporting it—or maybe I didn't get the concept 100% right.

On page 461, the output of the show ip ospf neighbor command for R3 and 871W says that the DR is R3, and BDR is 871W, while the 871W interface has a higher physical IP address, and there are no loopback interfaces set on both routers. This means that the 871W router should be the DR.

Can anyone help?


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