ISIS point to point configuration

Point to point configuration is the most used IS-IS configuration in real networks. The following configuration examples are treated in this chapter:

  • ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in the same area
  • ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in different areas
  • ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in different areas and with authentication
  • ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in different areas with route summarization

For easy traceability every configuration example is completed with a graphic of the network topology and also with the most important configuration-, show- and debug output. The used configuration and troubleshooting commands are explained in the configuration section and in the troublehooting section of this paper.

ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in the same area

1)

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configuration

ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in different areas

3)

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configuration

ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in different areas and with authentication

5)

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configuration

ISIS point to point configuration with two routers in different areas with route summarization

7)

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configuration

Router1

Router2

Host


Router Vorlage


Sources:

Abe Martey, IS-IS Network Design Solution, Chapter 9 - page 259 - 297
the configuration section and the troublehooting section of this paper

1) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 261
2) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 261 - figure 9-1
3) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 262 to 266
4) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 262 - figure 9-2
5) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 284 to 296
6) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 285 - figure 9-15
7) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 278 to 280
8) IS-IS Network Design Solutions page 279 - figure 9-11
 
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