What about this course?
The Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol is perhaps the most widely used interior gateway protocol (IGP) in large enterprise networks. OSPF is a link-state routing protocol that calls for the sending of link-state advertisements (LSAs) to all other routers within the same hierarchical area. This video course offers 6+ hours of thorough, detailed discussion and examples of the technology, covering authentication, neighbor relationships, network types, area types, metric calculation, metric tuning, route filtering, summarization, virtual links, and more.
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This course is composed by the following modules
Introduction to OSPF
OSPF Neighbor Discovery, Hellos and Intervals
OSPF Router-ID and MTU Issues
OSPF Authentication :: Part 1
OSPF Authentication :: Part 2
OSPF Network Types Overview
OSPF Neighbors over MPLS VPN & Metro Ethernet
OSPF Link State Database
OSPF Type 1 Router LSA
OSPF Type 2 Network LSA
OSPF Type 3 Summary LSA
OSPF Database Exchange, Messaging, and Neighbor States
OSPF Database Exchange & Periodic Flooding
OSPF Metric Calculation
OSPF Metric Tuning
OSPF Route filtering
OSPF Route filtering into the routing table
OSPF Route summarization
OSPF Default routing, introduction to stub areas
OSPF Stub areas – part 1
OSPF Stub areas – part 2
OSPF Introduction to virtual links
OSPF Configuring virtual links with & without authentication
OSPF issues over Frame Relay
OSPF network types – part1
OSPF network types – part2
OSPF path manipulation
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