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Old 11-27-2011, 08:16 PM
pcameron1 pcameron1 is offline
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also - in the book, the router R3 network statement is:
r3...router ospf 132 area 0
why is r3's network statement different from R1 & R2's network statements?


I think I found the answer to my question, on page 464. Basically, the network statement can be written more than one way.

The statement "network area 0"
I believe this is saying, "the ip address must match each octet exactly"
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