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ISIS interface passive remote-node-id, remote-node-iso

  • 1.  ISIS interface passive remote-node-id, remote-node-iso

    Posted 10-04-2021 05:33
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    Good morning from South Korea!

    I am not finding an explanation on why remote-node-id and remote-node-iso would be configured under isis interface passive.  Can someone look at the attachment and either explain the reason for configuring the remote-node-* commands or direct me to the Juniper documentation that explains why the commands would be added?

    Many thanks!

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