This post represents the solution and explanation for quiz-17. For some temporary period of time, during network transition, your network consists both on Cisco and Juniper routers for the same role. You will see that they behave differently when it comes to advertising inactive BGP Routes.Read More
This article is a continuation of previous post about RIP Auto-Summarization and it's impact on discontiguous networks in Cisco networks, but this time from Juniper's perspective. Using the default
auto-summary on Cisco devices can lead to routing loops in case of discontiguous networks, as shown in quiz 15.
Your network is up and running without any complaints for few months. All good, until one single link creates problems in the entire network, although it was supposed to be redundant. What's wrong ?Read More
Redistribution between different or same routing protocols can become a nasty thing when there are 2 or more redistribution points.
In this quiz, redistribution is configured between 2 different OSPF processes on 2 routers. Without a proper configuration, this can lead to routing loops. Read the quiz to see the loop in action and try to solve it.