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Answer written - Multicast

The Designated Router uses to cut down the number of adjacency in Multi access network like Ethernet. (Just like "Route Reflector" in case of BGP)

That reduces routing protocol traffic & size of database.

Question Asked - Miscellaneous

It's too much confusion when it comes to the selection of forward address.

I know the restrictions & requirements to choose any address as a forward address.

Most of the document says,

1. It will choose highest ip address on any loopback

2. if no loopback configured then choose highest ip address of any physical interface (which satisfy the condition ... (more)

Answer written - Miscellaneous

Hey, Aditya 

Please be more specific about your question?

You want to register for what?

Answer written - Miscellaneous

The difference between DMVPN Phase 2 and Phase 3  can be understood in terms of routing.


So for an example, let's take spoke 1's tunnel ip as and spoke B tunnel ip address as both of them registering to the same hub Consider that we are using EIGRP as a routing protocol. Here's is how phase 2 and phase 3 would look li... (more)

Question Asked - Miscellaneous

two isp one 2911 router,please need help with step by step configuration

Answer written - Miscellaneous

Co-Founder & Group CEO - Network Bulls & Network Bulls Technologies,

CCNA cover basics of Cisco Routing & Switching technologies and you can not skip CCNA to do CCNP. if you don't have CCNA Certification but you have knowledge of CCNA R&S, then you can go for CCNP R&S Course, but in order to get CCNP Certified and to get the Certification, you will have to pass CCNA and CCNP Exams.

You can do CCNP Course if you don't have CCNA Certification,... (more)