According to the ICND2 book, page 363 the Network 10.0.0.0 0.255.255.255 area 0 command is a valid statement for a router with all interfaces needing to be in area 0. My concern is the exam. Using the Boson ICND2 test simulator they have a sim question exactly like the problem in the official icnd2 cisco book page 362 and 363. I used a network statement 10.0.0.0 and the same wild card used in the book. Boson scored the question as incorrect.
Boson wanted each interface to have a separate network statement with the smallest possible wild card mask. Example
0.0.0.3. In the Boson sim I was able to establish an OSPF relationship with the other routers. My other OSPF statements were correct and I could see neighbors using the show ip ospf neigh command.
How will Cisco score this question ? Should i use the fewest statement in a router config, or be as detailed as possible ?
Depending on this answer I will be calling Boson !