SLARP

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IP address
OSPF
SLARP
In GNS, I manually assigned IP address to the serial links between two routers, and also made two more areas. All of them are running OSPF. When I restarted all the routers, I found out below that some interfaces it is shown as SLARP (using the command #show ip int brief). Does anyone know how this happen?

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ASKED: November 27, 2012  5:26 PM

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  • Harrypotterr
    so i think the problem is with gns , isn't it?  y becoz, as i said i had manually assigned all the interfaces with correct ip and then saved to startup config, but  when i restart it show like SLARP, so my question is is the same will occur in real router?
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  • Harrypotterr
    SLARP is an extension of Cisco HDLC, where if the remote router of the serial link does not yet have a config saved in NVRAM, the router will SLARP on the connected serial link to obtain a valid IP address.  This feature benefits the Cisco autoinstall feature where an admin can connect a fresh router to the network and have limited connectivity with little effort.
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    sorry i clicked the discussion topic  and it became approved answer...
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