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Old 08-28-2009, 06:00 AM
David.C David.C is offline
 
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Default How to connect a incontinuous area to the backbone area in OSPF


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According to the figure above, configure the serial interfaces of R3 and R6 as OSPF area 36
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Old 08-28-2009, 06:02 AM
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Default Re: OSPF Virtual-link

Knowledge Points:

In the multi-area OSPF network environment, each non-backbone area must be directly connected to the backbone area (though this connection could be a logical connection such as a virtual link).

Virtual-link is used to connect two disconnected backbone areas, or connecting a backbone area with a non-backbone area across a common neighbor area.

In this case, configure a virtual-link on SW1 and R6, so that Area 36 could connect to Area 0 via Area 167.
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