OSPF(Open Shortest Path First)

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Mind Map by Tarun-the Bat Sh, updated more than 1 year ago
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Bachelors Degree Networks Mind Map on OSPF(Open Shortest Path First), created by Tarun-the Bat Sh on 02/22/2016.

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OSPF(Open Shortest Path First)

Annotations:

  • The Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol is an intra - domain routing protocol based on link state routing .

Attachments:

  1. Type of links
    1. Point-to-point
      1. Transient
        1. Virtual
          1. Stub
          2. GRaphical representation in ospf
            1. Types of Packets
              1. Hello

                Attachments:

                1. Database Desciption

                  Attachments:

                  1. Link State Request
                    1. Link State UPdate

                      Attachments:

                      1. Network Link
                        1. Summary Link to network
                          1. Summary link to AS boundary router
                            1. External link
                              1. Router Link
                              2. Link state acknowledgement

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