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  1. “It now has a cost of 1 which means that a Gigabit interface would end up with a cost of 1.”

    Did you mean 10? :wink:

  2. check this command its not working

    Router#show ip ospf | include Reference
     Reference bandwidth unit is 100 mbps
    

    this one is working

    Router#show ip protocols | include Reference

  3. Hey Rene,
    I’ve seen auto-cost reference-bandwidth as well as reference-bandwidth.
    Is there any difference between those two commands or are they just IOS version dependent?
    Thank you!

  4. I have only seen auto-cost reference-bandwidth for OSPF (both in IOS 12 and 15). There is a reference-bandwidth command, but it is in the NX-OS and unrelated to OSPF.

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