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Old 06-03-2010, 06:46 AM
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It's not quite that clear. It is possible for a single router to be the DR for all networks in an area, but the truth is each network segment will elect it's own DR and BDR. Give router3 the highest RID and there will still be an election for DR between routers 1 & 2, regardless of which area the segment is in.
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