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From: Vivek Dubey (vivekdFUTURE.FUTSOFT.COM)
Date: Sun Mar 25 2001 - 22:30:54 CST
let X be ABR with no connection to bkbone.
And R2 have a bkbone connection.
While N1 is a network in address range .
Address Ranges associated Area id is A1.
am i still not clear ?
From: Mailing List [mailto:OSPFdiscuss.microsoft.com]On Behalf Of Alex
Sent: Thursday, 26 April 2001 2:16 AM
Subject: Re: Address - Range
If you provide a topo scheme and a bit more accurate
description, that would help. Things that are not clear--
whether X and R2 have backbone connection, how the address
range on X for A1 corresponds to N1...
-- Alex Zinin
Friday, April 13, 2001, 11:17:04 PM, Viv Dubs wrote:
> Suppose router X has two interfaces I1 and I2 in areas A1 and A2 respectively.
> An area address range is configured for router X and associated area of address range is A1.
> Router R2 in area A2 sends summary advertisement for one of the networks N1 in address range to router > X ; > My doubts are :
> 1)Will there be path in X, through router R2 to network N1 ?
> 2)Or the condition of having path in R2 is that , R2 should be ABR with interface in A1 ?
> 3)Could there be any other scenario for such path to > exist?
> Pls clarify:
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