I was studying via Google+ Hangout the other day with CJ and Rob, and one of the topics that came up was the idea of OSPFv2 advertising all loopbacks as 32-bit no matter what the configured mask is. I rarely use loopbacks outside of a lab and had no idea, so I set up a quick lab to see for myself. Sure enough! That’s exactly what I saw.
A few hours ago, the last of the IPv4 addresses were allocated by IANA. Now’s the time to learn more about IPv6! Yesterday, I posted about EIGRP for IPv6, so I think I’ll continue the trend by introducing OSPFv3, which is the IPv6 implementation of OSPF