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Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
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C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip ospf add neighbor ? Usage: add neighbor [name=] [addr=] [nbraddr=] [nbrprio=] Parameters: Tag Value name - Name of the OSPF interface. addr - IP address of the OSPF interface. nbraddr - IP address of the neighbor that you want to add. The IP address is the IP interface address of the neighbor router on the NBMA network. This is not the OSPF router ID of the neighbor. nbrprio - OSPF router priority of the neighbor. For each router listed, the eligibility of that router to become a designated router must be defined. When an interface to a nonbroadcast network comes up, the router sends hello packets only to those neighbors eligible to become a designated router until the identity of the designated router is discovered. A neighbor is eligible to become the designated router if its router priority is 1 or greater. Remarks: Adds the IP address of the OSPF router at the other end of the NBMA link. Examples: add neighbor "Local Area Connection" 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.2 1

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