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  1. Hi Rene,
    We know that for Link state Routing Protocol "The database within an area has to be same " .I want to know more briefly about this why need the DB synchronized must ?? What issue will raise if not synchronized . Appreciate your very clear explanation as always .Thx

    br//zaman

  2. Hello Zaman

    A fundamental characteristic of Link State routing protocols is that every router constructs a map of the connectivity to the network that indicates which nodes are connected to which other nodes. This map is contained within the database. Based on this map, each router independently calculates the next best logical path from it to every possible destination on the network. These collections of best paths are then used to populate the routing table on the router.

    If the database is not the same in all routers within an area, then there can be sev

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