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Re: OSPF: non-backbone areas posted 03/11/2004
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That configuration is perfectly OK. You can have multiple areas if you
want as long as they are all connected to Area 0 in some fashion(directly
or virtually) and they CAN all be area 1 if you want or any area for that
matter.

Rick




> Hi guys,
>
> What issues or problems will there be with the following topology?
>
> R1  Area 1   R2   Area 0   R3 Area 1 R4
>
> I configured this topology by mistake, but couldn't find any routing
> problems as a result.  Everything worked fine, but it still doesn't seem
> right.   Aside from this probably being a very poor network design, are
> there technical problems that could result from this configuration?
>
> Thank in advanced, pm
>
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