Every OSPF link is associated with an OSPF Network Type. There are 5 Network Types that exist: Point to Point, Broadcast, Non-Broadcast Multi-Access (NBMA), Point to Multipoint, and Point to Multipoint Non Broadcast (P2MP-NB). Each Network Type acts slightly different in an effort to optimize OSPF's behavior. In this video, we look at the differences between all five OSPF network types.This is lesson 13 of the Practical OSPF series. The full series is available here:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIFyRwBY_4bSkwy0-im5ERL-_CeBxEdx300:00 - Intro00:45 - Point to Point and Broadcast Network Types02:22 - Point to MultiPoint (P2MP)02:53 - Full Mesh Connectivity vs Hub and Spoke03:43 - Single IP Subnet04:27 - WAN vs LAN and Physical Connectivity06:12 - NBMA and Point to MultiPoint Non Broadcast07:08 - Differences between OSPF Network Types08:40 - Designated Routers10:38 - Default Hello Timers and Dead Intervals11:22 - Automatic Neighbor Discovery13:48 - Neighbor Adjacency Packet Destination14:51 - LSA Update Destination IP Address17:00 - Routing Tables and Next-Hop IP Addresses20:23 - Summary and Differences Table=== PRE-REQUISITES ===LSAs and LSDBs:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf755546JhADesignated Routers and Backup Designated Routers (DR / BDR):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi3tNSUjb78================馃挰 Join us on Discord:https://pracnet.net/discord馃摐 Studying for the CCNA? Check out these free resources:https://www.practicalnetworking.net/index/ccna/馃幆 Full Practical OSPF Series 鉃★笍 pracnet.net/ospf:https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIFyRwBY_4bSkwy0-im5ERL-_CeBxEdx3 - Default - 1233559

OSPF Network Types - FINALLY, an explanation that makes sense - Practical OSPF

OSPF Network Types - FINALLY, an explanation that makes sense - Practical OSPF

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Every OSPF link is associated with an OSPF Network Type. There are 5 Network Types that exist: Point to Point, Broadcast, Non-Broadcast Multi-Access (NBMA), Point to Multipoint, and Point to Multipoint Non Broadcast (P2MP-NB).

Each Network Type acts slightly different in an effort to optimize OSPF's behavior. In this video, we look at the differences between all five OSPF network types.

This is lesson 13 of the Practical OSPF series. The full series is available here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIFyRwBY_4bSkwy0-im5ERL-_CeBxEdx3

00:00 - Intro
00:45 - Point to Point and Broadcast Network Types
02:22 - Point to MultiPoint (P2MP)
02:53 - Full Mesh Connectivity vs Hub and Spoke
03:43 - Single IP Subnet
04:27 - WAN vs LAN and Physical Connectivity
06:12 - NBMA and Point to MultiPoint Non Broadcast
07:08 - Differences between OSPF Network Types
08:40 - Designated Routers
10:38 - Default Hello Timers and Dead Intervals
11:22 - Automatic Neighbor Discovery
13:48 - Neighbor Adjacency Packet Destination
14:51 - LSA Update Destination IP Address
17:00 - Routing Tables and Next-Hop IP Addresses
20:23 - Summary and Differences Table

=== PRE-REQUISITES ===

LSAs and LSDBs: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wf755546JhA

Designated Routers and Backup Designated Routers (DR / BDR): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi3tNSUjb78


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馃挰 Join us on Discord: https://pracnet.net/discord

馃摐 Studying for the CCNA? Check out these free resources: https://www.practicalnetworking.net/index/ccna/

馃幆 Full Practical OSPF Series 鉃★笍 pracnet.net/ospf: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLIFyRwBY_4bSkwy0-im5ERL-_CeBxEdx3
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