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  1. system says:

    hello thank you very much. you make CCNA look very easy. you talk me thank you once again

  2. system says:

    awesome lessons, simple and clearly documented.

  3. I really like the way you explain the things..its simple,clear and easy to understand.

  4. What is an AS number? Thanks.

  5. Hi AD,

    That's right. EIGRP uses an "AS" number which has to be the same on all routers that run EIGRP.

    OSPF uses a process ID and has no concept of AS so it doesn't matter what number you pick, it's only used locally on the router.


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