I have recently started in networking department in my company. I am attaching 2 txt files, one with sh run output , second with sh ip route output. Interfaces s0/0/0 and s0/1/0 are connected to 2xT1 to the other site of the company. The configuration of the other site is the same. I really think that the config of the interfaces above is wrong because we have 2 interface on this device on the same subnet with /29 mask so, IP/s 192.168.254.157 and 153 are from the same subnet (192.168.254.152/29). Can OSPF be confused by this configuration?? I see (sh ip route.txt) that I have 192.168.254.152/29 directly connected but but I see two additional routes for these connected interfaces with /32 masks which is very strange for me. Is this normal?? I see two running OSPF processes 151 and 152. What I know we need only one OSPF process per device because this is less calculation for the CPU of the router and it is good practice to keep the same OSPF process in entire domain in area 0. Am I right?
Under both interface's configs I dont see bandwidth command neither ip nbar protocol-descovery. However Auto QoS is used. I think bandwidth command is mandatory for that kind of QoS config.
Any help will be highly appriciated. Can you refer me to an official Cisco document?
How can I know which OSPF process exactly is running and forming ajecansies with the neighbors?
You can type show ip ospf int bri and look under the PID column for the process ID number.
As Rick stated, the show ip ospf also provides this information under "Number of interfaces in this area".