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In a totally stubby area, which routes are not propagated into the area?
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Can a virtual link contain a stub area?
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An ABR must be resident in which area?
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What LSAs will the ABR forward?
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State two advantages in creating areas in OSPF.
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What is an external route, and on which type of router will this route be introduced?
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Why is the use of summarization important in the design of OSPF?
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How many routers does Cisco suggest is the limit to have in a single area?
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What are the restrictions to be considered in the creation of a stub area or a totally stubby area?
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A virtual link in OSPF is used to solve what problem?
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State one disadvantage for making an NBMA cloud Area 0.
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State one advantage in making the centralized routers and network resources dwell in Area 0 while the Frame Relay cloud and the stub remote LANs reside in satellite stub areas.
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How does creating a number of areas in OSPF reduce the number of SPF calculations?
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How does a stub area differ from the backbone area?
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How does a totally stubby area differ from a stub area?
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State the different LSA types.
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Where does the backbone router reside, and what is its function?
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There are two types of summarization. What are they?
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For how many LANS does Cisco suggest a router should serve as a DR or a BDR?
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Which router type creates LSA Types 3 and 4?