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  1. Hi Noorudheen,

    I don’t see an attachment but the command is no ip split-horizon.


  2. Hi Rene,
    So we call DMVPN is Dynamic mGRE alternatively , rignt ??

    One more confusion regarding the output …

    Spoke1#show ip route rip 
 is subnetted, 1 subnets
    R [120/1] via, 00:00:10, Tunnel0
 is subnetted, 1 subnets
    R [120/2] via, 00:00:10, Tunnel0

    when Spoke1 want to reach Spoke2( , what will be next hop in DMVPN Phase 1 ?? . Its showing but all traffic will go through HUB, right ?Thanks


  3. Hi,

    In one of last capture images, the lesson says : “Above you can see the NBMA addresses”. That is said about loopback adresses and that are attached to Spoke-1 and Spoke-2 routers.

    In the context of NHRP, could we say that NBMA does mean the same thing as the whole underlay network (including all “public” networks learned by the Spoke) ?

  4. Hello Maodo

    The NBMA in this particular example refers to the nature of the actual physical network, and the addressing of the physical interfaces connected to the medium. That is, the 192.168.123.X subnet. So if this is what you mean by the whole underlay network, then yes you are correct.

    I hope this has been helpful!


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