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Relation between Interface and Area for OSPF

 
 
winds
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      02-10-2006
For the OSPF routing protocal,
one route interface maybe belong to many area, is it right???

 
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Horst Wagner
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      02-10-2006
Hi,
in OSPF one Interface can only be in one area!
This is not true if you mean a physical interface with a bunch of logical
interfaces like in frame-relay or Ethernet-vlan-trunks.
Then there can be eauch subinterface in one area.

cheers Horst



 
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