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  1. For this Topology

    Why I can ping 1.1.1.1 source 2.2.2.2 even without virtual link, let alone the authentication? Is it the IOS bug or others?

  2. Hello Rocky

    I’ve recreated the topology with the appropriate configuration, but I was unable to reproduce your results. I found that the two routers did indeed become neighbors however, no routes were actually exchanged. The routing tables of both routers were empty.

    Check your configuration again and verify that everything is indeed configured as in the topology.

    I hope this has been helpful!

    Laz

  3. Hello Rocky

    This is indeed puzzling. This may have to do with the fact that these are Loopback addresses that you are pinging and also because on R1, the router ID is explicitly defined as the same IP as the loopback and as the IP you’re pinging.

    Now the fact that the routing table includes the 1.1.1.1 destination in its routing table makes sense, because it sees it in a neighboring area, which is what should happen. What shouldn’t happen however is for there to be L3 connectivity between the loopbacks.

    However, notice that the routing table indicates that the

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