Troubleshooting at the control plane is dependent on the specific protocol or technology that is being problematic. While generic commands to be used to troubleshoot control plane issues, such as using the debug ip routing command to troubleshoot routing protocol issues, for the most part protocol-specific commands should be used to troubleshoot control plane problems. Because the troubleshooting of routing protocols, such as EIGRP, OSPF and BGP has already been described earlier in this guide, for brevity and to avoid being repetitive, routing protocol troubleshooting will not included in this chapter. The same is also applicable for . . .
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