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  1. Hi Rene,
    Thanks for your nice stuff .
    So , how can we configure the Graceful restart and First we have to check the device is supported or not ?? Thx


  2. Dear Agapides,

    1. i have confuse about sentecnce “Once OSPF has restarted, it will re-establish neighbor adjacencies with the helper routers” it contradict ( sorry if wrong with using word I am not native), with concept of gracefull restart that neighbor adjacency is not down during ospf process restart…
      2.usually i clear ospf process when i make change in LSDB using filtering or summerization or any thing else change LSDB ,so you mentioned if thers is changed in LSDB before & after gracefull restart , it terminate gracefull restart ( mean neighbo
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  3. Dear sir
    kindlty, related with nsf ietf helper strict-lsa-checking, if defalut behavior when there have been changes in LSA type 1-5 and 7. helper mode will be exit …why i need this command…

  4. Hello saif

    I will attempt to answer all your questions in this one post.

    Graceful restart informs OSPF neighbors that the router will reset its OSPF process. The neighbor

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  5. dear sir

    High appreciated yout support , your answer reflect high level unterstansding of features
    Thanks thanks :heart_eyes: god safe you

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