This document describes the OSPFv3 feature that allows the setting of “Down” (DN) bit in type-5 and type-7 LSAs. The DN Bit is a loop prevention mechanism implemented when OSPFv3 is used as CE - PE IGP protocol. Its usage in OSPFv3 is explained by RFC4576. By default, OSPFv3 honors the DN-bit in type-3, type-5 or type-7 LSAs in non-default VRFs. 

BFD sessions are only established for OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 adjacencies that are in the FULL state.  In a LAN environment

Section 9.5 of RFC2328 “OSPF Version 2” states that the mask in Hello packets should be set to when

The IS IS maximum LSP size feature provides the ability to configure the maximum LSP size that the IS IS protocol will

This feature introduces the support for OSPF routes over GRE tunnels under default as well as non-default VRFs. The feature is disabled by default. 

This feature enables support for SNMP MIB for OSPFv3 in EOS. The feature follows RFC 5643 version 16. The deviations

The management tech support policy provides the capability to efficiently manage the output of "show tech support"

The "Ping and Traceroute Source Configuration" feature provides the ability to configure a source interface for the

The OSPF Max LSA Retransmission Threshold feature adds a configurable limit to the number of LSA update