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Name __________________________________________________________ Date ________________ Chapter 6 – Adjust and Troubleshoot Single-area OSPF Study Guide Tips for success: While answering the questions read Chapter 6, review the summary, and complete the practice Quiz. After completion of this chapter, you should be able to: Explain why multiarea OSPF is used. Explain how multiarea OSPF uses link-state advertisements in order to maintain routing tables. Explain how OSPF established neighbor adjacencies in a multiarea OSPF implementation. Configure multiarea OSPFv2 in a routed network. Configure multiarea route summarization in a routed network. Verify multiarea OSPFv2 operations. 1. What are some common issues with using Single-area OSPF? Some common issues with single-area OSPF are: Large routing table: if the routes are not summarized, the routing table can become very large. Large link-state database (LSDB): each router must maintain an entry for every network in the area. Frequent SPF algorithm calculation: routers spend many CPU cycles recalculating the SPF 2. What is an OSPF area? When a large OSPF area is divided into smaller areas, this is called a multiarea OSPF 3. The main area is referred to as the Backbone area or __area 0________. All other areas must connect to the ____backbone area_______________.
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