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Receiving route with metric 0
- From: Glen Kent
- Date: Mon Dec 05 05:11:03 2005
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We are running RIP on one of our small cutomer routers and we are
receiving routes with RIP metric 0. Is this valid? I thought each RIP
router sends a metric of atleast 1, which is also what the RIP RFC
seems to suggest.
Has anyone ever come across such a scenario, i.e seeing RIP routes
with metric 0?