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From: Alex Zinin (azininCISCO.COM)
Date: Mon Feb 26 2001 - 09:36:59 CST
It is definitely a good idea to flush self-originated
router-LSAs. The implementation may also decide to flush
all other LSAs as well (one may argue it is ok, or sometimes
better to let them expire though). Also, as John suggested,
it is beneficial to resign the DR responsibility and tear
down adjacencies by sending empty Hello packets.
One may also consider using draft-ietf-ospf-stub-adv-02.txt
to gradually reconverge the network around the router
before taking the above actions.
-- Alex Zinin
Friday, February 23, 2001, 1:58:17 PM, Greg Rander wrote:
> What is the correct behavior for a router > when a user disables ospf (sets ospfAdminStat > in the MIB to disable). I have noticed routers > that send out MAX_AGE LSAs to purge their own > LSAs and others that do nothing so their neighbors > do not detect the router is down for the > standard 40 seconds.
> Thanks, > Greg
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