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From: Vincent (vmontoya_at_NMSU.EDU)
Date: Thu Oct 24 2002 - 11:49:16 CDT
Sandor Ecker wrote:
>Could someone tell me how can I use this simulation app (I downloaded from
>www.ospf.org)? Some examples please! I compiled it, but I don't konw what
>to do and how...
>On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Vincent wrote:
>>I installed John T Moy's OSPF simulation app and would like to model
>>and simulate "highly connected network topologies", unfortunetly I do
>>not have much real-world OSPF/Networking experience to know what
>>topologies would be practical. I would appreciate it greatly if someone
>>could send me a few examples (please identify rtrs w/ ext routes) or an
>>URL that would have some 'real-world' examples.
You can run the default example by simply executing 'ospf_sim'. If you
want to see the contents of the 'default configuration' then go to
File->Save As. Or if your in the trouble shooting mode you can run
'ospf_sim sample.cfg'. 'sample.cfg' is located in <where u untarred
it>/ospfd/ospf_sim. This is probably not the proper forum to discuss
Moy's OSPF implementation so until a mailing list for it opens its doors
you can email me directly and I'll try to answer what I've learn thus far.
Does anybody have some 'real world' examples of "highly connected
network topologies" to share. I would like to persue one of the ospf
charters goals and attempt to develop a mechanism to reduce ospf
flooding traffic in such topologies. Richard Fiutem (since you said you
would)? Anybody Else?