OSPF Explained | Step by Step

July 29, 2019 posted by

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49 Replies to “OSPF Explained | Step by Step”

  1. mugsy says:

    Too much rooting going on here..

  2. Abhinav Thakur says:

    Sir I had done my CCNA last month
    now m trying to create 4 area network in ospf but network not create and error coming plz suggest me but I do

  3. ammortal says:

    If you want to give Americans who whine about 'rooter' a hard time, just ask them how they say the name of the famous American highway 'Route 66'. They WILL say 'root 66'.

  4. Astra Inclinant says:

    Rooter

  5. Astra Inclinant says:

    Gud

  6. Simran Singh says:

    HAHA Dude , I was so fucken mad at you earlier, but you cajoled the situation towards the end of the video . Great work by the way!

  7. Abdul Ahmed says:

    Awesome.

  8. Eddie Caballero says:

    Awesome video! I understand OSPF better than ever after watching this tutorial. Also I hit like but "Rooter" had a lot to with it LMAO! Cheer's mate

  9. Andy Farr says:

    Sorry CBT – Nuggets – this is a lot better explanation

  10. Andy Farr says:

    is there a configuration video?

  11. Андрей Козырев says:

    Best explanation video that I've seen so far. Good job.

  12. Alex Mayor says:

    What I meant is how does it determine the shortest path if the available routes are the same?
    Thanks!

  13. Alex Mayor says:

    Based on your example at 13:06 mark… how does the routers determine the cost if the communication is going from R5 to R4 or R4 to R5? Both of the paths have the same cost amounts. Thanks!

  14. Ryan Surya says:

    how make videos animation like this ?

  15. eksadiss says:

    In Canada, we say both route and root depending on situation. In IT, it's a ROUTer. Anywhere else, we ask whats the best ROOT to drive to get there.

  16. iHX says:

    how do you get to the rootbridge?

  17. Marcin Kurek says:

    Great explanation man! Thanks for that

  18. yacin Djibril says:

    nice ands simple explanation! . by the way what the tool used for illustration?thanks certbros

  19. Amir Masoud Niazi says:

    thank you for this easy and simple explanation. keep going 👍🏼👍👍

  20. Farrukh Taqveem Haider says:

    Loved it .Way more good than i expected

  21. Ronnie Johnson says:

    Thanks for the tutorials!

  22. Coda jj9 says:

    good video just one queston what happens in ospf when router goes down ?

  23. sidharth sk says:

    Link state database

  24. Никита Вольнов says:

    Hi! Thank you for the video, it,s very qualitative and understandable:) I have one thing which is not clear for me yet. You have explained how two neighbour routers exchange their LSDB information. How then each router gets information about the whole topology of the net? Perhaps, they have to exchange information until all the routhers have the same LSDBs… or not? If so, how they understand that all LSDBs are synchronized? Could you explain, please? I would be extremely grateful)

  25. Wilfred Muhia says:

    clean simple and easy to follow and understand. I love the Videos keep up the good work

  26. Allen Taylor says:

    Rooooter

  27. Jacob says:

    rooooooter

  28. M S says:

    Nice vid, very well presented.

  29. Raj rathod says:

    Very clean video and easy to understand,upload all ccna videos sir

  30. Vimukthi Sineth says:

    This is what I call effective knowledge sharing. Very easy to understand. Keep up the good work.

  31. jawher ben mhamed says:

    A great video ! Thank u

  32. Kli MqX says:

    Thanks for this awesome video bro
    i CertBro everyday 😀

  33. Michael Hernandez says:

    Yank here, love the well illustrated explanations

  34. oneznzeroz says:

    Rewting protocols are fun to learn about.

  35. Siddharth Tadury says:

    Hello CERTBRO Im seeing Master slave election in BCMA also, can you explain why? And DR OTHERS AND DR will they make any point to point connection,That is why they further go for master slave election?

  36. Casey Sermons says:

    Great explanation of the steps to form a neighbor relationship

  37. Vikash Sharma says:

    Nice Video, get OSPF article https://www.gns3network.com/introduction-to-ospf/

  38. Mark McCabe says:

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  39. Anjay sinha says:

    Advance routing notes–

    http://www.jugadtech.com/2019/03/22/advance-routing-training-notesccnaccnp/

  40. Robert Dwornik says:

    Ok so what happens when we remove router marked as DR or BDR ?

  41. Chris says:

    the funny thing is, that is really how router is pronounced. ou ouch couch should sound like coooch not cowch

  42. Jay Dplus says:

    i want to know how routers and networks work in a network and into the www. this video is a good start. thanks for explaining.

  43. SpringMommy says:

    Thank you! I love you videos, clean and simple to understand. There's only so much reading I can take in a sitting! 💖

  44. hichem benmessaoud says:

    great

  45. Allen Taylor says:

    Is there a transcript of this

  46. Rafiul Alam says:

    Those 13 minutes saved me 13 hours!! Thanks a lot .

  47. Deshawn F. says:

    LMAO. The end was funny. You Brits. lol Well done!

  48. LORD NIGHTSHIELD says:

    Could you please make video on DR/BDR election? I mean manipulation of DR/BDR. Some times it is getting, tricky.

  49. Underrated Nerd says:

    Such a great video. Thank you!

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