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Ebook Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide

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Ebook Cisco IOS IP Configuration Guide


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IP Overview IPC-1

  • IP Addressing and Services IPC-1
  • IP Routing Protocols IPC-2
  • Determining a Routing Process IPC-2
  • Interior and Exterior Gateway Protocols IPC-2
  • Interior Gateway Protocols IPC-3
  • Exterior Gateway Protocols IPC-3
  • Multiple Routing Protocols IPC-3
  • IP Multicast IPC-4


IP ADDRESSING AND SERVICES


  • Configuring IP Addressing IPC-7
  • IP Addressing Task List IPC-7
  • Assigning IP Addresses to Network Interfaces IPC-7
  • Assigning Multiple IP Addresses to Network Interfaces IPC-9
  • Enabling Use of Subnet Zero IPC-9
  • Disabling Classless Routing Behavior IPC-10
  • Enabling IP Processing on a Serial Interface IPC-11
  • Configuring Address Resolution Methods IPC-12
  • Establishing Address Resolution IPC-12
  • Defining a Static ARP Cache IPC-13
  • Setting ARP Encapsulations IPC-14
  • Enabling Proxy ARP IPC-14
  • Configuring Local-Area Mobility IPC-15
  • Mapping Host Names to IP Addresses IPC-15
  • Assigning Host Names to IP Addresses IPC-16
  • Specifying the Domain Name IPC-16
  • Specifying a Name Server IPC-17
  • Enabling the DNS IPC-17
  • Using the DNS to Discover ISO CLNS Addresses IPC-17
  • Configuring HP Probe Proxy Name Requests IPC-18
  • Configuring the Next Hop Resolution Protocol IPC-18
  • The Cisco Implementation of NHRP IPC-18
  • Protocol Operation IPC-20
  • NHRP Configuration Task List IPC-20
  • Enabling NHRP on an Interface IPC-21
  • Configuring a Static IP-to-NBMA Address Mapping for a Station IPC-21
  • Statically Configuring a Next Hop Server IPC-21
  • Configuring NHRP Authentication IPC-22
  • Controlling the Triggering of NHRP IPC-22
  • Triggering NHRP Based on Traffic Thresholds IPC-23
  • Controlling the NHRP Packet Rate IPC-25
  • Suppressing Forward and Reverse Record Options IPC-26
  • Specifying the NHRP Responder Address IPC-26
  • Changing the Time Period NBMA Addresses Are Advertised as Valid IPC-26
  • Configuring a GRE Tunnel for Multipoint Operation IPC-27
  • Configuring NHRP Server-Only Mode IPC-27
  • Enabling IP Routing IPC-27
  • Routing Assistance When IP Routing Is Disabled IPC-28
  • Proxy ARP IPC-28
  • Default Gateway IPC-28
  • ICMP Router Discovery Protocol IPC-29
  • Enabling IP Bridging IPC-30
  • Enabling Integrated Routing and Bridging IPC-30
  • Configuring a Routing Process IPC-30
  • Configuring Broadcast Packet Handling IPC-31
  • Enabling Directed Broadcast-to-Physical Broadcast Translation IPC-31
  • Forwarding UDP Broadcast Packets and Protocols IPC-32
  • Establishing an IP Broadcast Address IPC-33
  • Flooding IP Broadcasts IPC-33
  • Speeding Up Flooding of UDP Datagrams IPC-34
  • Configuring Network Address Translation IPC-35
  • NAT Applications IPC-35
  • Benefits IPC-35
  • NAT Terminology IPC-36
  • NAT Configuration Task List IPC-36
  • Translating Inside Source Addresses IPC-37
  • Configuring Static Translation IPC-38
  • Configuring Dynamic Translation with an Access List IPC-38
  • Configuring Dynamic Translation with a Route Map IPC-39
  • Overloading an Inside Global Address IPC-39
  • Translating Overlapping Addresses IPC-41
  • Configuring Static Translation IPC-43
  • Configuring Dynamic Translation IPC-43
  • Providing TCP Load Distribution IPC-43
  • Changing Translation Timeouts IPC-45
  • Monitoring and Maintaining NAT IPC-46
  • Deploying NAT Between an IP Phone and Cisco CallManager IPC-46
  • Monitoring and Maintaining IP Addressing IPC-47
  • Clearing Caches, Tables, and Databases IPC-47
  • Specifying the Format of Network Masks IPC-47
  • Displaying System and Network Statistics IPC-48
  • Monitoring and Maintaining NHRP IPC-49
  • IP Addressing Examples IPC-49
  • Creating a Network from Separated Subnets Example IPC-50
  • Serial Interfaces Configuration Example IPC-50
  • IP Domains Example IPC-51
  • Dynamic Lookup Example IPC-51
  • HP Hosts on a Network Segment Example IPC-51
  • Logical NBMA Example IPC-51
  • NHRP over ATM Example IPC-53
  • Changing the Rate for Triggering SVCs Example IPC-55
  • Applying NHRP Rates to Specific Destinations Example IPC-57
  • NHRP on a Multipoint Tunnel Example IPC-58
  • Broadcasting Examples IPC-59
  • Flooded Broadcast Example IPC-59
  • Flooding of IP Broadcasts Example IPC-60
  • Helper Addresses Example IPC-60
  • NAT Configuration Examples IPC-61
  • Dynamic Inside Source Translation Example IPC-61
  • Overloading Inside Global Addresses Example IPC-62
  • Translating Overlapping Address Example IPC-62
  • TCP Load Distribution Example IPC-63
  • ping Command Example IPC-63



Configuring DHCP IPC-65

  • DHCP Server Overview IPC-65
  • DHCP Client Overview IPC-67
  • DHCP Relay Agent Overview IPC-67
  • DHCP Configuration Task List IPC-68
  • Enabling the Cisco IOS DHCP Server and Relay Agent Features IPC-68
  • Configuring a DHCP Database Agent or Disabling DHCP Conflict Logging IPC-69
  • Excluding IP Addresses IPC-69
  • Configuring a DHCP Address Pool IPC-69
  • Configuring the DHCP Address Pool Name and Entering DHCP Pool Configuration Mode IPC-69
  • Configuring the DHCP Address Pool Subnet and Mask IPC-70
  • Configuring the Domain Name for the Client IPC-70
  • Configuring the IP Domain Name System Servers for the Client IPC-70
  • Configuring the NetBIOS Windows Internet Naming Service Servers for the Client IPC-70
  • Configuring the NetBIOS Node Type for the Client IPC-71
  • Configuring the Default Router for the Client IPC-71
  • Configuring the Address Lease Time IPC-71
  • Configuring Manual Bindings IPC-71
  • Configuring a DHCP Server Boot File IPC-73
  • Configuring the Number of Ping Packets IPC-73
  • Configuring the Timeout Value for Ping Packets IPC-73
  • Enabling the Cisco IOS DHCP Client on Ethernet Interfaces IPC-73
  • Configuring DHCP Server Options Import and Autoconfiguration IPC-74
  • Configuring the Relay Agent Information Option in BOOTREPLY Messages IPC-75
  • Configuring a Relay Agent Information Reforwarding Policy IPC-75
  • Enabling the DHCP Smart-Relay Feature IPC-75
  • Monitoring and Maintaining the DHCP Server IPC-75
  • Configuration Examples IPC-76
  • DHCP Database Agent Configuration Example IPC-77
  • DHCP Address Pool Configuration Example IPC-77
  • Manual Bindings Configuration Example IPC-78
  • Cisco IOS DHCP Client Example IPC-78
  • DHCP Server Options Import and Autoconfiguration Example IPC-79


Configuring IP Services IPC-81

  • IP Services Task List IPC-81
  • Managing IP Connections IPC-81
  • Enabling ICMP Protocol Unreachable Messages IPC-82
  • Enabling ICMP Redirect Messages IPC-82
  • Enabling ICMP Mask Reply Messages IPC-83
  • Understanding Path MTU Discovery IPC-83
  • Setting the MTU Packet Size IPC-84
  • Enabling IP Source Routing IPC-84
  • Configuring Simplex Ethernet Interfaces IPC-85
  • Configuring a DRP Server Agent IPC-85
  • Enabling the DRP Server Agent IPC-86
  • Limiting the Source of DRP Queries IPC-86
  • Configuring Authentication of DRP Queries and Responses IPC-86
  • Filtering IP Packets Using Access Lists IPC-87
  • Creating Standard and Extended Access Lists Using Numbers IPC-88
  • Creating Standard and Extended Access Lists Using Names IPC-91
  • Specifying IP Extended Access Lists with Fragment Control IPC-93
  • Benefits of Fragment Control in an IP Extended Access List IPC-95
  • Enabling Turbo Access Control Lists IPC-96
  • Configuring Turbo ACLs IPC-96
  • Verifying Turbo ACLs IPC-97
  • Applying Time Ranges to Access Lists IPC-97
  • Including Comments About Entries in Access Lists IPC-98
  • Applying Access Lists IPC-98
  • Controlling Access to a Line or Interface IPC-99
  • Controlling Policy Routing and the Filtering of Routing Information IPC-99
  • Controlling Dialer Functions IPC-99
  • Configuring the Hot Standby Router Protocol IPC-100
  • Enabling HSRP IPC-101
  • Configuring HSRP Group Attributes IPC-102
  • Changing the HSRP MAC Refresh Interval IPC-102
  • Enabling HSRP MIB Traps IPC-103
  • Enabling HSRP Support for MPLS VPNs IPC-103
  • Defining VPNs IPC-104
  • Enabling HSRP IPC-104
  • Verifying HSRP Support for MPLS VPNs IPC-105
  • Enabling HSRP Support for ICMP Redirect Messages IPC-105
  • Redirects to Active HSRP Routers IPC-105
  • Redirects to Passive HSRP Routers IPC-107
  • Redirects to Non-HSRP Routers IPC-107
  • Passive HSRP Router Advertisements IPC-107
  • Redirects Not Sent IPC-107
  • Configuring HSRP Support for ICMP Redirect Messages IPC-108
  • Configuring IP Accounting IPC-108
  • Configuring IP MAC Accounting IPC-109
  • Configuring IP Precedence Accounting IPC-110
  • Configuring TCP Performance Parameters IPC-110
  • Compressing TCP Packet Headers IPC-111
  • Expressing TCP Header Compression IPC-111
  • Changing the Number of TCP Header Compression Connections IPC-112
  • Setting the TCP Connection Attempt Time IPC-112
  • Enabling TCP Path MTU Discovery IPC-112
  • Enabling TCP Selective Acknowledgment IPC-113
  • Enabling TCP Time Stamp IPC-114
  • Setting the TCP Maximum Read Size IPC-114
  • Setting the TCP Window Size IPC-114
  • Setting the TCP Outgoing Queue Size IPC-115
  • Configuring IP over WANs IPC-115
  • Configuring the MultiNode Load Balancing Forwarding Agent IPC-115
  • MNLB Forwarding Agent Configuration Task List IPC-116
  • Enabling CEF IPC-116
  • Enabling NetFlow Switching IPC-117
  • Enabling IP Multicast Routing IPC-117
  • Configuring the Router as a Forwarding Agent IPC-118
  • Monitoring and Maintaining the IP Network IPC-118
  • Clearing Caches, Tables, and Databases IPC-118
  • Monitoring and Maintaining the DRP Server Agent IPC-119
  • Clearing the Access List Counters IPC-119
  • Displaying System and Network Statistics IPC-119
  • Monitoring the MNLB Forwarding Agent IPC-120
  • Monitoring and Maintaining HSRP Support for ICMP Redirect Messages IPC-120
  • IP Services Configuration Examples IPC-120
  • ICMP Services Example IPC-121
  • Simplex Ethernet Interfaces Example IPC-121
  • DRP Server Agent Example IPC-122
  • Numbered Access List Examples IPC-122
  • Turbo Access Control List Example IPC-123
  • Implicit Masks in Access Lists Examples IPC-123
  • Extended Access List Examples IPC-124
  • Named Access List Example IPC-124
  • IP Extended Access List with Fragment Control Example IPC-125
  • Time Range Applied to an IP Access List Example IPC-125
  • Commented IP Access List Entry Examples IPC-125
  • IP Accounting Example IPC-126
  • HSRP Load Sharing Example IPC-126
  • HSRP MAC Refresh Interval Examples IPC-127
  • No Switch or Learning Bridge Present Example IPC-127
  • Switch or Learning Bridge Present Example IPC-127
  • HSRP MIB Trap Example IPC-128
  • HSRP Support for MPLS VPNs Example IPC-128
  • HSRP Support for ICMP Redirect Messages Example IPC-129
  • MNLB Forwarding Agent Examples IPC-130
  • Forwarding Agent Configuration for FA2 Example IPC-130
  • Services Manager Configuration for SM Example IPC-131


Configuring Server Load Balancing IPC-133

  • IOS SLB Functions and Capabilities IPC-134
  • Algorithms for Server Load Balancing IPC-135
  • Weighted Round Robin IPC-135
  • Weighted Least Connections IPC-135
  • Port-Bound Servers IPC-136
  • Client-Assigned Load Balancing IPC-136
  • Content Flow Monitor Support IPC-136
  • Sticky Connections IPC-136
  • Maximum Connections IPC-136
  • Delayed Removal of TCP Connection Context IPC-137
  • TCP Session Reassignment IPC-137
  • Automatic Server Failure Detection IPC-137
  • Automatic Unfail IPC-137
  • Slow Start IPC-137
  • SynGuard IPC-137
  • Dynamic Feedback Protocol for IOS SLB IPC-138
  • Alternate IP Addresses IPC-138
  • Transparent Web Cache Balancing IPC-138
  • NAT IPC-138
  • Redundancy Enhancement—Stateless Backup IPC-139
  • Restrictions IPC-139
  • IOS SLB Configuration Task List IPC-140
  • Specifying a Server Farm IPC-141
  • Specifying a Load-Balancing Algorithm IPC-141
  • Specifying a Bind ID IPC-142
  • Specifying a Real Server IPC-142
  • Configuring Real Server Attributes IPC-142
  • Enabling the Real Server for Service IPC-143
  • Specifying a Virtual Server IPC-143
  • Associating a Virtual Server with a Server Farm IPC-143
  • Configuring Virtual Server Attributes IPC-143
  • Adjusting Virtual Server Values IPC-144
  • Preventing Advertisement of Virtual Server Address IPC-144
  • Enabling the Virtual Server for Service IPC-144
  • Configuring IOS SLB Dynamic Feedback Protocol IPC-145
  • Configuring NAT IPC-145
  • Implementing IOS SLB Stateless Backup IPC-145
  • How IOS SLB Stateless Backup Works IPC-145
  • Configuring IOS SLB Stateless Backup IPC-146
  • Enabling HSRP IPC-147
  • Customizing Group Attributes IPC-147
  • Verifying the IOS SLB Stateless Backup Configuration IPC-147
  • Verifying IOS SLB IPC-148
  • Verifying IOS SLB Installation IPC-148
  • Verifying Server Failure Detection IPC-149
  • Troubleshooting IOS SLB IPC-150
  • Monitoring and Maintaining IOS SLB IPC-151
  • Configuration Examples IPC-151
  • IOS SLB Network Configuration Example IPC-152
  • NAT Configuration Example IPC-153
  • HSRP Configuration Example IPC-155
  • IOS SLB Stateless Backup Configuration Example IPC-157



Configuring Mobile IP IPC-159

  • Mobile IP Overview IPC-159
  • Why is Mobile IP Needed? IPC-159
  • Mobile IP Components IPC-160
  • How Mobile IP Works IPC-161
  • Agent Discovery IPC-161
  • Registration IPC-162
  • Routing IPC-162
  • Mobile IP Security IPC-163
  • MN-HA IPC-163
  • MN-FA IPC-164
  • FA-HA IPC-164
  • HA-HA IPC-164
  • Storing Security Associations IPC-164
  • Storing SAs on AAA IPC-165
  • Home Agent Redundancy IPC-165
  • HSRP Groups IPC-165
  • How HA Redundancy Works IPC-165
  • Prerequisites IPC-166
  • Mobile IP Configuration Task List IPC-167
  • Enabling Home Agent Services IPC-167
  • Enabling Foreign Agent Services IPC-168
  • Configuring AAA in the Mobile IP Environment IPC-168
  • Configuring RADIUS in the Mobile IP Environment IPC-169
  • Configuring TACACS+ in the Mobile IP Environment IPC-169
  • Verifying Setup IPC-169
  • Monitoring and Maintaining Mobile IP IPC-170
  • Shutting Down Mobile IP IPC-170
  • Mobile IP HA Redundancy Configuration Task List IPC-170
  • Enabling Mobile IP IPC-171
  • Enabling HSRP IPC-171
  • Configuring HSRP Group Attributes IPC-171
  • Enabling HA Redundancy for a Physical Network IPC-172
  • Enabling HA Redundancy for a Virtual Network Using One Physical Network IPC-172
  • Enabling HA Redundancy for a Virtual Network Using Multiple Physical Networks IPC-173
  • Enabling HA Redundancy for Multiple Virtual Networks Using One Physical Network IPC-174
  • Enabling HA Redundancy for Multiple Virtual Networks Using Multiple Physical Networks IPC-174
  • Verifying HA Redundancy IPC-175
  • Monitoring and Maintaining HA Redundancy IPC-176
  • Mobile IP Configuration Examples IPC-176
  • Home Agent Configuration Example IPC-176
  • Home Agent Using AAA Server Example IPC-177
  • Foreign Agent Configuration Example IPC-178
  • Mobile IP HA Redundancy Configuration Examples IPC-178
  • HA Redundancy for Physical Networks Example IPC-180
  • HA Redundancy for a Virtual Network Using One Physical Network Example IPC-182
  • HA Redundancy for a Virtual Network Using Multiple Physical Networks Example IPC-183
  • HA Redundancy for Multiple Virtual Networks Using One Physical Network Example IPC-186
  • HA Redundancy for Multiple Virtual Networks Using Multiple Physical Networks Example IPC-189


IP ROUTING PROTOCOLS

Configuring On-Demand Routing IPC-195

  • On-Demand Routing Configuration Task List IPC-196
  • Enabling ODR IPC-196
  • Filtering ODR Information IPC-197
  • Redistributing ODR Information into the Dynamic Routing Protocol of the Hub IPC-197
  • Reconfiguring CDP or ODR Timers IPC-197
  • Using ODR with Dialer Mappings IPC-198


Configuring Routing Information Protocol IPC-199

  • RIP Configuration Task List IPC-200
  • Enabling RIP IPC-200
  • Allowing Unicast Updates for RIP IPC-201
  • Applying Offsets to Routing Metrics IPC-201
  • Adjusting Timers IPC-201
  • Specifying a RIP Version IPC-202
  • Enabling RIP Authentication IPC-203
  • RIP Route Summarization IPC-203
  • Restrictions to RIP Route Summarization IPC-205
  • Configuring Route Summarization on an Interface IPC-205
  • Verifying IP Route Summarization IPC-205
  • Disabling Automatic Route Summarization IPC-206
  • Running IGRP and RIP Concurrently IPC-206
  • Disabling the Validation of Source IP Addresses IPC-207
  • Enabling or Disabling Split Horizon IPC-207
  • Configuring Interpacket Delay IPC-208
  • Connecting RIP to a WAN IPC-208
  • RIP Configuration Examples IPC-209
  • Route Summarization Examples IPC-209
  • Example 1: Correct Configuration IPC-209
  • Example 2: Incorrect Configuration IPC-210
  • Split Horizon Examples IPC-210
  • Example 1 IPC-210
  • Example 2 IPC-210
  • Address Family Timers Example IPC-212


Configuring IGRP IPC-213

  • The Cisco IGRP Implementation IPC-213
  • IGRP Updates IPC-214
  • IGRP Configuration Task List IPC-214
  • Creating the IGRP Routing Process IPC-215
  • Applying Offsets to Routing Metrics IPC-215
  • Allowing Unicast Updates for IGRP IPC-215
  • Defining Unequal-Cost Load Balancing IPC-216
  • Controlling Traffic Distribution IPC-216
  • Adjusting the IGRP Metric Weights IPC-217
  • Adjusting Timers IPC-217
  • Disabling Holddown IPC-218
  • Enforcing a Maximum Network Diameter IPC-218
  • Validating Source IP Addresses IPC-218
  • Enabling or Disabling Split Horizon IPC-219
  • IGRP Configuration Examples IPC-219
  • IGRP Feasible Successor Relationship Example IPC-220
  • Split Horizon Examples IPC-220


Configuring OSPF IPC-223

  • The Cisco OSPF Implementation IPC-223
  • OSPF Configuration Task List IPC-224
  • Enabling OSPF IPC-225
  • Configuring OSPF Interface Parameters IPC-225
  • Configuring OSPF over Different Physical Networks IPC-226
  • Configuring Your OSPF Network Type IPC-226
  • Configuring Point-to-Multipoint, Broadcast Networks IPC-227
  • Configuring OSPF for Nonbroadcast Networks IPC-227
  • Configuring OSPF Area Parameters IPC-228
  • Configuring OSPF NSSA IPC-229
  • Implementation Considerations IPC-230
  • Configuring Route Summarization Between OSPF Areas IPC-230
  • Configuring Route Summarization When Redistributing Routes into OSPF IPC-230
  • Creating Virtual Links IPC-231
  • Generating a Default Route IPC-231
  • Configuring Lookup of DNS Names IPC-232
  • Forcing the Router ID Choice with a Loopback Interface IPC-232
  • Controlling Default Metrics IPC-232
  • Changing the OSPF Administrative Distances IPC-233
  • Configuring OSPF on Simplex Ethernet Interfaces IPC-233
  • Configuring Route Calculation Timers IPC-233
  • Configuring OSPF over On-Demand Circuits IPC-234
  • Implementation Considerations IPC-235
  • Logging Neighbors Going Up or Down IPC-235
  • Changing the LSA Group Pacing IPC-235
  • Original LSA Behavior IPC-236
  • LSA Group Pacing With Multiple Timers IPC-236
  • Blocking OSPF LSA Flooding IPC-237
  • Reducing LSA Flooding IPC-238
  • Ignoring MOSPF LSA Packets IPC-238
  • Displaying OSPF Update Packet Pacing IPC-239
  • Monitoring and Maintaining OSPF IPC-240
  • OSPF Configuration Examples IPC-241
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint Example IPC-241
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint, Broadcast Example IPC-243
  • OSPF Point-to-Multipoint, Nonbroadcast Example IPC-244
  • Variable-Length Subnet Masks Example IPC-244
  • OSPF Routing and Route Redistribution Examples IPC-245
  • Basic OSPF Configuration Examples IPC-245
  • Basic OSPF Configuration Example for Internal Router, ABR, and ASBRs IPC-246
  • Complex Internal Router, ABR, and ASBRs Example IPC-246
  • Complex OSPF Configuration for ABR Examples IPC-249
  • Route Map Examples IPC-250
  • Changing OSPF Administrative Distance Example IPC-252
  • OSPF over On-Demand Routing Example IPC-253
  • LSA Group Pacing Example IPC-255
  • Block LSA Flooding Example IPC-255
  • Ignore MOSPF LSA Packets Example IPC-255


Configuring EIGRP IPC-257

  • The Cisco EIGRP Implementation IPC-257
  • EIGRP Configuration Task List IPC-259
  • Enabling EIGRP IPC-259
  • Making the Transition from IGRP to EIGRP IPC-260
  • Logging EIGRP Neighbor Adjacency Changes IPC-260
  • Configuring the Percentage of Link Bandwidth Used IPC-260
  • Adjusting the EIGRP Metric Weights IPC-260
  • Mismatched K Values IPC-261
  • The Goodbye Message IPC-262
  • Applying Offsets to Routing Metrics IPC-262
  • Disabling Route Summarization IPC-262
  • Configuring Summary Aggregate Addresses IPC-263
  • Configuring Floating Summary Routes IPC-263
  • Configuring EIGRP Route Authentication IPC-265
  • Configuring EIGRP Protocol-Independent Parameters IPC-266
  • Adjusting the Interval Between Hello Packets and the Hold Time IPC-266
  • Disabling Split Horizon IPC-267
  • Configuring EIGRP Stub Routing IPC-268
  • Dual-Homed Remote Topology IPC-269
  • EIGRP Stub Routing Configuration Task List IPC-272
  • Configuring EIGRP Stub Routing IPC-272
  • Verifying EIGRP Stub Routing IPC-272
  • Monitoring and Maintaining EIGRP IPC-272
  • EIGRP Configuration Examples IPC-273
  • Route Summarization Example IPC-273
  • Route Authentication Example IPC-275
  • Stub Routing Example IPC-276


Configuring Integrated IS-IS IPC-277

  • IS-IS Configuration Task List IPC-277
  • Enabling IS-IS and Assigning Areas IPC-277
  • Enabling IP Routing for an Area on an Interface IPC-279
  • IS-IS Interface Parameters Configuration Task List IPC-279
  • Configuring IS-IS Link-State Metrics IPC-280
  • Setting the Advertised Hello Interval IPC-280
  • Setting the Advertised CSNP Interval IPC-280
  • Setting the Retransmission Interval IPC-281
  • Setting the LSP Transmissions Interval IPC-281
  • Setting the Retransmission Throttle Interval IPC-281
  • Setting the Hello Multiplier IPC-282
  • Specifying Designated Router Election IPC-282
  • Specifying the Interface Circuit Type IPC-282
  • Assigning a Password for an Interface IPC-282
  • Limiting LSP Flooding IPC-283
  • Blocking Flooding on Specific Interfaces IPC-283
  • Configuring Mesh Groups IPC-283
  • Miscellaneous IS-IS Parameters Configuration Task List IPC-284
  • Generating a Default Route IPC-284
  • Specifying the System Type IPC-284
  • Configuring IS-IS Authentication Passwords IPC-285
  • Summarizing Address Ranges IPC-285
  • Setting the Overload Bit IPC-285
  • Changing the Routing Level for an Area IPC-286
  • Tuning LSP Interval and Lifetime IPC-286
  • Customizing IS-IS Throttling of LSP Generation, SPF Calculation, and PRC IPC-287
  • Partial Route Computation (PRC) IPC-287
  • Benefits of Throttling IS-IS LSP Generation, SPF Calculation, and PRC IPC-287
  • How Throttling of IS-IS LSP Generation, SPF Calculation, and PRC Works IPC-287
  • Modifying the Output of show Commands IPC-288
  • Monitoring IS-IS IPC-289
  • IS-IS Configuration Examples IPC-289
  • Enabling IS-IS Configuration Example IPC-289
  • Multiarea IS-IS Configuration for CLNS Network Example IPC-290
  • IS-IS Throttle Timers Example IPC-291



Configuring BGP IPC-293

  • The Cisco BGP Implementation IPC-293
  • How BGP Selects Paths IPC-294
  • BGP Multipath Support IPC-295
  • Basic BGP Configuration Task List IPC-295
  • Advanced BGP Configuration Task List IPC-296
  • Configuring Basic BGP Features IPC-297
  • Enabling BGP Routing IPC-297
  • Configuring BGP Neighbors IPC-297
  • Managing Routing Policy Changes IPC-298
  • Resetting a Router Using BGP Dynamic Inbound Soft Reset IPC-299
  • Resetting a Router Using BGP Outbound Soft Reset IPC-300
  • Configuring BGP Soft Reset Using Stored Routing Policy Information IPC-300
  • Verifying BGP Soft Reset IPC-301
  • Configuring BGP Interactions with IGPs IPC-302
  • Configuring BGP Weights IPC-303
  • Disabling Autonomous System Path Comparison IPC-303
  • Configuring BGP Route Filtering by Neighbor IPC-304
  • Configuring BGP Filtering Using Prefix Lists IPC-304
  • How the System Filters Traffic by Prefix List IPC-305
  • Creating a Prefix List IPC-305
  • Configuring a Prefix List Entry IPC-306
  • Configuring How Sequence Numbers of Prefix List Entries Are Specified IPC-306
  • Deleting a Prefix List or Prefix List Entries IPC-307
  • Displaying Prefix Entries IPC-307
  • Clearing the Hit Count Table of Prefix List Entries IPC-308
  • Configuring BGP Path Filtering by Neighbor IPC-308
  • Disabling Next Hop Processing on BGP Updates IPC-308
  • Disabling Next Hop Processing Using a Specific Address IPC-309
  • Disabling Next Hop Processing Using a Route Map IPC-309
  • Configuring BGP Next Hop Propagation IPC-309
  • Configuring the BGP Version IPC-310
  • Configuring the MED Metric IPC-310
  • Configuring Advanced BGP Features IPC-311
  • Using Route Maps to Modify Updates IPC-311
  • Resetting eBGP Connections Immediately upon Link Failure IPC-311
  • Configuring Aggregate Addresses IPC-311
  • Disabling Automatic Summarization of Network Numbers IPC-312
  • Configuring BGP Community Filtering IPC-312
  • Specifying the Format for the Community IPC-314
  • Configuring BGP Conditional Advertisement IPC-314
  • BGP Conditional Advertisement Configuration Task List IPC-315
  • Conditional Advertisement of a Set of Routes IPC-315
  • Verifying BGP Conditional Advertisement IPC-315
  • BGP Conditional Advertisement Troubleshooting Tips IPC-316
  • Configuring a Routing Domain Confederation IPC-316
  • Configuring a Route Reflector IPC-317
  • Configuring BGP Peer Groups IPC-320
  • Creating the Peer Group IPC-320
  • Assigning Options to the Peer Group IPC-321
  • Making Neighbors Members of the Peer Group IPC-324
  • Disabling a Peer or Peer Group IPC-324
  • Indicating Backdoor Routes IPC-325
  • Modifying Parameters While Updating the IP Routing Table IPC-325
  • Setting Administrative Distance IPC-325
  • Adjusting BGP Timers IPC-325
  • Changing the Default Local Preference Value IPC-326
  • Redistributing Network 0.0.0.0 IPC-326
  • Configuring the Router to Consider a Missing MED as Worst Path IPC-327
  • Selecting Path Based on MEDs from Other Autonomous Systems IPC-327
  • Configuring the Router to Use the MED to Choose a Path from Subautonomous System Paths IPC-327
  • Configuring the Router to Use the MED to Choose a Path in a Confederation IPC-328
  • Configuring Route Dampening IPC-328
  • Minimizing Flapping IPC-328
  • Understanding Route Dampening Terms IPC-329
  • Enabling Route Dampening IPC-329
  • Monitoring and Maintaining BGP Route Dampening IPC-330
  • Monitoring and Maintaining BGP IPC-331
  • Clearing Caches, Tables, and Databases IPC-331
  • Displaying System and Network Statistics IPC-331
  • Logging Changes in Neighbor Status IPC-332
  • BGP Configuration Examples IPC-332
  • BGP Route Map Examples IPC-333
  • BGP Neighbor Configuration Examples IPC-336
  • BGP Prefix List Filtering Examples IPC-337
  • Route Filtering Configuration Example Using a Single Prefix List IPC-337
  • Route Filtering Configuration Example Specifying a Group of Prefixes IPC-338
  • Added or Deleted Prefix List Entries Examples IPC-339
  • BGP Soft Reset Examples IPC-339
  • Dynamic Inbound Soft Reset Example IPC-339
  • Inbound Soft Reset Using Stored Information Example IPC-339
  • BGP Synchronization Examples IPC-340
  • BGP Path Filtering by Neighbor Examples IPC-340
  • BGP Aggregate Route Examples IPC-341
  • BGP Community with Route Maps Examples IPC-341
  • BGP Conditional Advertisement Configuration Examples IPC-343
  • BGP Confederation Examples IPC-344
  • BGP Peer Group Examples IPC-345
  • iBGP Peer Group Example IPC-345
  • eBGP Peer Group Example IPC-345
  • TCP MD5 Authentication for BGP Examples IPC-346


Configuring Multiprotocol BGP Extensions for IP Multicast IPC-347

  • Multiprotocol BGP Configuration Task List IPC-349
  • Understanding NLRI Keywords and Address Families IPC-350
  • Configuring a Multiprotocol BGP Peer IPC-350
  • Configuring a Multiprotocol BGP Peer Group IPC-351
  • Advertising Routes into Multiprotocol BGP IPC-352
  • Configuring Route Maps for Multiprotocol BGP Prefixes IPC-353
  • Redistributing Prefixes into Multiprotocol BGP IPC-353
  • Configuring DVMRP Interoperability with Multiprotocol BGP IPC-354
  • Redistributing Multiprotocol BGP Routes into DVMRP IPC-354
  • Redistributing DVMRP Routes into Multiprotocol BGP IPC-355
  • Configuring a Multiprotocol BGP Route Reflector IPC-356
  • Configuring Aggregate Multiprotocol BGP Addresses IPC-356
  • Verifying Multiprotocol BGP Configuration and Operation IPC-357
  • Multiprotocol BGP Configuration Examples IPC-358
  • Multiprotocol BGP Peer Examples IPC-359
  • Multiprotocol BGP Peer Group Examples IPC-359
  • Multiprotocol BGP Network Advertisement Examples IPC-360
  • Multiprotocol BGP Route Map Examples IPC-360
  • Multiprotocol BGP Route Redistribute Examples IPC-360
  • Multiprotocol BGP Route Reflector Examples IPC-361
  • Aggregate Multiprotocol BGP Address Examples IPC-361


Configuring IP Routing Protocol-Independent Features IPC-363

  • Protocol-Independent Feature Task List IPC-363
  • Using Variable-Length Subnet Masks IPC-364
  • Configuring Static Routes IPC-364
  • Specifying Default Routes IPC-365
  • Specifying a Default Network IPC-365
  • Understanding Gateway of Last Resort IPC-366
  • Changing the Maximum Number of Paths IPC-366
  • Configuring Multi-Interface Load Splitting IPC-366
  • Redistributing Routing Information IPC-367
  • Understanding Supported Metric Translations IPC-369
  • Filtering Routing Information IPC-370
  • Preventing Routing Updates Through an Interface IPC-370
  • Configuring Default Passive Interfaces IPC-371
  • Controlling the Advertising of Routes in Routing Updates IPC-372
  • Controlling the Processing of Routing Updates IPC-372
  • Filtering Sources of Routing Information IPC-372
  • Enabling Policy Routing (PBR) IPC-373
  • Preverifying Next-Hop Availability IPC-375
  • Displaying Route-Map Policy Information IPC-376
  • Enabling Fast-Switched Policy Routing IPC-376
  • Enabling Local Policy Routing IPC-377
  • Managing Authentication Keys IPC-377
  • Monitoring and Maintaining the IP Network IPC-378
  • Clearing Routes from the IP Routing Table IPC-378
  • Displaying System and Network Statistics IPC-378
  • IP Routing Protocol-Independent Configuration Examples IPC-379
  • Variable-Length Subnet Mask Example IPC-379
  • Overriding Static Routes with Dynamic Protocols Example IPC-380
  • Administrative Distance Examples IPC-380
  • Static Routing Redistribution Example IPC-381
  • IGRP Redistribution Example IPC-381
  • RIP and IGRP Redistribution Example IPC-382
  • EIGRP Redistribution Examples IPC-382
  • RIP and EIGRP Redistribution Examples IPC-383
  • Simple Redistribution Example IPC-383
  • Complex Redistribution Example IPC-383
  • OSPF Routing and Route Redistribution Examples IPC-384
  • Basic OSPF Configuration Examples IPC-384
  • Internal Router, ABR, and ASBRs Configuration Example IPC-385
  • Complex OSPF Configuration Example IPC-388
  • Default Metric Values Redistribution Example IPC-390
  • Policy Routing (Route Map) Examples IPC-390
  • Passive Interface Examples IPC-392
  • Default Passive Interface Example IPC-393
  • Policy Routing Example IPC-393
  • Key Management Examples IPC-394


IP MULTICAST

Configuring IP Multicast Routing IPC-399

  • The Cisco IP Multicast Routing Implementation IPC-400
  • IGMP IPC-400
  • IGMP Versions IPC-401
  • PIM IPC-401
  • CGMP IPC-402
  • Basic IP Multicast Routing Configuration Task List IPC-402
  • Advanced IP Multicast Routing Configuration Task List IPC-402
  • Enabling IP Multicast Routing IPC-403
  • Enabling PIM on an Interface IPC-403
  • Enabling Dense Mode IPC-403
  • Enabling Sparse Mode IPC-404
  • Enabling Sparse-Dense Mode IPC-404
  • Configuring PIM Dense Mode State Refresh IPC-405
  • Configuring a Rendezvous Point IPC-406
  • Configuring Auto-RP IPC-406
  • Setting Up Auto-RP in a New Internetwork IPC-407
  • Adding Auto-RP to an Existing Sparse Mode Cloud IPC-407
  • Choosing a Default RP IPC-407
  • Announcing the RP and the Group Range It Serves IPC-407
  • Assigning the RP Mapping Agent IPC-407
  • Verifying the Group-to-RP Mapping IPC-408
  • Starting to Use IP Multicast IPC-408
  • Preventing Join Messages to False RPs IPC-408
  • Filtering Incoming RP Announcement Messages IPC-408
  • IGMP Features Configuration Task List IPC-409
  • Configuring a Router to Be a Member of a Group IPC-409
  • Controlling Access to IP Multicast Groups IPC-409
  • Changing the IGMP Version IPC-410
  • Modifying the IGMP Host-Query Message and Query Timeout Intervals IPC-410
  • Routers That Run IGMP Version 1 IPC-410
  • Routers That Run IGMP Version 2 IPC-411
  • Configuring IGMP Version 3 IPC-411
  • Restrictions IPC-412
  • Changing the IGMP Query Timeout IPC-413
  • Changing the Maximum Query Response Time IPC-413
  • Configuring the Router as a Statically Connected Member IPC-413
  • Configuring IGMP Leave Latency IPC-414
  • Configuring the TTL Threshold IPC-415
  • Disabling Fast Switching of IP Multicast IPC-415
  • SAP Listener Support Configuration Task List IPC-415
  • Enabling SAP Listener Support IPC-415
  • Limiting How Long a SAP Cache Entry Exists IPC-416
  • Enabling the Functional Address for IP Multicast over Token Ring LANs IPC-416
  • Configuring PIM Version 2 IPC-417
  • Prerequisites IPC-418
  • PIM Version 2 Configuration Task List IPC-418
  • Specifying the PIM Version IPC-419
  • Configuring PIM Version 2 Only IPC-419
  • Configuring PIM Sparse-Dense Mode IPC-419
  • Defining a PIM Sparse Mode Domain Border Interface IPC-419
  • Configuring Candidate BSRs IPC-420
  • Configuring Candidate RPs IPC-420
  • Making the Transition to PIM Version 2 IPC-421
  • Deciding When to Configure a BSR IPC-421
  • Dense Mode IPC-422
  • Sparse Mode IPC-422
  • Monitoring the RP Mapping Information IPC-422
  • Advanced PIM Features Configuration Task List IPC-422
  • Understanding PIM Shared Tree and Source Tree (Shortest-Path Tree) IPC-423
  • Understanding Reverse Path Forwarding IPC-424
  • Delaying the Use of PIM Shortest-Path Tree IPC-424
  • Assigning an RP to Multicast Groups IPC-425
  • Increasing Control over RPs IPC-425
  • Modifying the PIM Router Query Message Interval IPC-425
  • Understanding the PIM Registering Process IPC-426
  • PIM Version 1 Compatibility IPC-426
  • Limiting the Rate of PIM Register Messages IPC-427
  • Configuring the IP Source Address of Register Messages IPC-427
  • Enabling Proxy Registering IPC-427
  • Enabling PIM Nonbroadcast Multiaccess Mode IPC-428
  • Configuring an IP Multicast Static Route IPC-429
  • Controlling the Transmission Rate to a Multicast Group IPC-430
  • Configuring RTP Header Compression IPC-430
  • Enabling RTP Header Compression on a Serial Interface IPC-432
  • Enabling RTP Header Compression with Frame Relay Encapsulation IPC-432
  • Changing the Number of Header Compression Connections IPC-432
  • Enabling Express RTP Header Compression IPC-433
  • Configuring IP Multicast over ATM Point-to-Multipoint Virtual Circuits IPC-434
  • Enabling IP Multicast over ATM Point-to-Multipoint VCs IPC-436
  • Limiting the Number of VCs IPC-436
  • Idling Policy IPC-437
  • How the Idling Policy Works IPC-437
  • Keeping VCs from Idling IPC-437
  • Configuring an IP Multicast Boundary IPC-438
  • Configuring an Intermediate IP Multicast Helper IPC-438
  • Storing IP Multicast Headers IPC-439
  • Enabling CGMP IPC-440
  • Configuring Stub IP Multicast Routing IPC-440
  • Load Splitting IP Multicast Traffic Across Equal-Cost Paths Configuration Task List IPC-441
  • Enabling Native Load Splitting IPC-442
  • Enabling Load Splitting Across Tunnels IPC-442
  • Configuring the Access Router IPC-443
  • Configuring the Router at the Opposite End of the Tunnel IPC-443
  • Configuring Both Routers to RPF IPC-444
  • Verifying the Load Splitting IPC-445
  • Monitoring and Maintaining IP Multicast Routing Configuration Task List IPC-445
  • Clearing Caches, Tables, and Databases IPC-446
  • Displaying System and Network Statistics IPC-446
  • Using IP Multicast Heartbeat IPC-447
  • IP Multicast Configuration Examples IPC-448
  • PIM Dense Mode Example IPC-448
  • PIM Sparse Mode Example IPC-448
  • PIM Dense Mode State Refresh Example IPC-449
  • Functional Address for IP Multicast over Token Ring LAN Example IPC-449
  • PIM Version 2 Examples IPC-449
  • BSR Configuration Example IPC-449
  • Border Router Configuration Example IPC-450
  • RFC 2362 Interoperable Candidate RP Example IPC-450
  • RTP Header Compression Examples IPC-451
  • Express RTP Header Compression with PPP Encapsulation Example IPC-452
  • Express RTP Header Compression with Frame Relay Encapsulation Example IPC-453
  • IP Multicast over ATM Point-to-Multipoint VC Example IPC-454
  • Administratively Scoped Boundary Example IPC-455
  • IP Multicast Helper Example IPC-455
  • Stub IP Multicast Example IPC-456
  • Load Splitting IP Multicast Traffic Across Equal-Cost Paths Example IPC-457
  • IP Multicast Heartbeat Example IPC-458


Configuring Source Specific Multicast IPC-459

  • SSM Components Overview IPC-459
  • How SSM Differs from Internet Standard Multicast IPC-460
  • SSM IP Address Range IPC-460
  • SSM Operations IPC-460
  • IGMPv3 Host Signalling IPC-461
  • IGMP v3lite Host Signalling IPC-461
  • URD Host Signalling IPC-462
  • Benefits IPC-464
  • IP Multicast Address Management Not Required IPC-464
  • Denial of Service Attacks from Unwanted Sources Inhibited IPC-464
  • Easy to Install and Manage IPC-464
  • Ideal for Internet Broadcast Applications IPC-465
  • Restrictions IPC-465
  • Legacy Applications Within the SSM Range Restrictions IPC-465
  • IGMP v3lite and URD Require a Cisco IOS Last Hop Router IPC-465
  • Address Management Restrictions IPC-465
  • IGMP Snooping and CGMP Limitations IPC-466
  • URD Intercept URL Limitations IPC-466
  • State Maintenance Limitations IPC-466
  • HSIL Limitations IPC-466
  • SSM Configuration Task List IPC-467
  • Configuring SSM IPC-467
  • Monitoring SSM IPC-467
  • SSM Configuration Examples IPC-468
  • SSM with IGMPv3 Example IPC-468
  • SSM with IGMP v3lite and URD Example IPC-468
  • SSM Filtering Example IPC-468



Configuring Bidirectional PIM IPC-471

  • Bidir-PIM Overview IPC-471
  • DF Election IPC-473
  • Bidirectional Group Tree Building IPC-474
  • Packet Forwarding IPC-474
  • Bidir-PIM Configuration Task List IPC-474
  • Prerequisites IPC-474
  • Configuring Bidir-PIM IPC-475
  • Verifying Bidirectional Groups IPC-475
  • Monitoring and Maintaining Bidir-PIM IPC-476
  • Bidir-PIM Configuration Example IPC-476


Configuring Multicast Source Discovery Protocol IPC-477

  • How MSDP Works IPC-477
  • Benefits IPC-479
  • Prerequisites IPC-479
  • MSDP Configuration Task List IPC-479
  • Configuring an MSDP Peer IPC-480
  • Caching SA State IPC-480
  • Requesting Source Information from an MSDP Peer IPC-481
  • Controlling Source Information That Your Router Originates IPC-481
  • Redistributing Sources IPC-481
  • Filtering SA Request Messages IPC-482
  • Controlling Source Information That Your Router Forwards IPC-482
  • Using an MSDP Filter IPC-482
  • Using TTL to Limit the Multicast Data Sent in SA Messages IPC-483
  • Controlling Source Information That Your Router Receives IPC-483
  • Configuring a Default MSDP Peer IPC-484
  • Configuring an MSDP Mesh Group IPC-485
  • Shutting Down an MSDP Peer IPC-485
  • Including a Bordering PIM Dense Mode Region in MSDP IPC-486
  • Configuring an Originating Address Other Than the RP Address IPC-486
  • Monitoring and Maintaining MSDP IPC-487
  • MSDP Configuration Examples IPC-488
  • Default MSDP Peer IPC-488
  • Logical RP IPC-488


Configuring PGM Host and Router Assist IPC-493

  • PGM Overview IPC-493
  • PGM Host Configuration Task List IPC-495
  • Prerequisites IPC-495
  • Enabling PGM Host IPC-495
  • Enabling PGM Host with a Virtual Host Interface IPC-496
  • Enabling PGM Host with a Physical Interface IPC-496
  • Verifying PGM Host Configuration IPC-496
  • PGM Router Assist Configuration Task List IPC-498
  • Prerequisites IPC-498
  • Enabling PGM Router Assist IPC-498
  • Enabling PGM Router Assist with a Virtual Host Interface IPC-499
  • Enabling PGM Router Assist with a Physical Interface IPC-499
  • Monitoring and Maintaining PGM Host and Router Assist IPC-499
  • Monitoring and Maintaining PGM Host IPC-499
  • Monitoring and Maintaining PGM Router Assist IPC-500
  • PGM Host and Router Assist Configuration Examples IPC-500
  • PGM Host with a Virtual Interface Example IPC-501
  • PGM Host with a Physical Interface Example IPC-501
  • PGM Router Assist with a Virtual Interface Example IPC-502
  • PGM Router Assist with a Physical Interface Example IPC-502


Configuring Unidirectional Link Routing IPC-505

  • UDLR Overview IPC-505
  • UDLR Tunnel IPC-506
  • IGMP UDLR IPC-506
  • IGMP Proxy IPC-507
  • UDLR Tunnel Configuration Task List IPC-508
  • Prerequisite IPC-508
  • Configuring UDLR Tunnel IPC-508
  • IGMP UDLR Configuration Task List IPC-510
  • Prerequisites IPC-510
  • Configuring the IGMP UDL IPC-510
  • Changing the Distance for the Default RPF Interface IPC-511
  • Monitoring IGMP UDLR IPC-511
  • IGMP Proxy Configuration Task List IPC-511
  • Prerequisites IPC-512
  • Configuring IGMP Proxy IPC-512
  • Verifying IGMP Proxy IPC-512
  • UDLR Configuration Examples IPC-513
  • UDLR Tunnel Example IPC-513
  • IGMP UDLR Example IPC-514
  • IGMP Proxy Example IPC-516
  • Integrated UDLR Tunnel, IGMP UDLR, and IGMP Proxy Example IPC-518


Using IP Multicast Tools IPC-521

  • Multicast Routing Monitor Overview IPC-521
  • Benefits IPC-521
  • Restrictions IPC-522
  • MRM Configuration Task List IPC-522
  • Configuring a Test Sender and Test Receiver IPC-522
  • Monitoring Multiple Groups IPC-523
  • Configuring a Manager IPC-524
  • Conducting an MRM Test IPC-524
  • Monitoring IP Multicast Routing IPC-525
  • Monitoring and Maintaining MRM IPC-525
  • MRM Configuration Example IPC-526


Configuring Router-Port Group Management Protocol IPC-527

  • IP Multicast Routing Overview IPC-527
  • RGMP Overview IPC-528
  • RGMP Configuration Task List IPC-531
  • Prerequisites IPC-531
  • Enabling RGMP IPC-532
  • Verifying RGMP Configuration IPC-532
  • Monitoring and Maintaining RGMP IPC-533
  • RGMP Configuration Example IPC-534


Configuring DVMRP Interoperability IPC-537

  • Basic DVMRP Interoperability Configuration Task List IPC-537
  • Configuring DVMRP Interoperability IPC-538
  • Responding to mrinfo Requests IPC-538
  • Configuring a DVMRP Tunnel IPC-539
  • Advertising Network 0.0.0.0 to DVMRP Neighbors IPC-540
  • Advanced DVMRP Interoperability Configuration Task List IPC-540
  • Enabling DVMRP Unicast Routing IPC-540
  • Limiting the Number of DVMRP Routes Advertised IPC-541
  • Changing the DVMRP Route Threshold IPC-541
  • Configuring a DVMRP Summary Address IPC-541
  • Disabling DVMRP Automatic summarization IPC-542
  • Adding a Metric Offset to the DVMRP Route IPC-542
  • Rejecting a DVMRP Nonpruning Neighbor IPC-543
  • Configuring a Delay Between DVRMP Reports IPC-544
  • Monitoring and Maintaining DVMRP IPC-545
  • DVMRP Configuration Examples IPC-545
  • DVMRP Interoperability Example IPC-545
  • DVMRP Tunnel Example IPC-545


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