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RE: Challenge Question posted 06/05/2001
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configure any other routing protocol in on the ABR of area 1 then
redistribute andredistribute back.

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> From: 	Buddy Venne[SMTP:Buddy.Venne@xxxxxxxxxx]
> Reply To: 	Buddy Venne
> Sent: 	Tuesday, June 05, 2001 7:58 AM
> To: 	'ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx'
> Subject: 	Challenge Question
> 
> I have a challenge question: (there is at least one solution)
> Q.)  When you link ospf area 0 and area 1, how do I make the routes from
> area 1 show up as external type 1 on the area 0 router?  You are "linking"
> the two areas in the normal way, with an ABR.
> 
> No static routes
> OSPF must remain running in area 1. Disabling it would ruin the question.
> You can't make area 1 an area 1 in a different ospf process. 
> You can do basically anything else.
> 
> Bud Venne, CCNP/SS
> WAN/LAN Specialist
> Onyx Acceptance
> (949) 465-3775
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