Can Cisco ASA 5505 or greater running OSPF (ABR) support multiple areas?
I'm designing a network over a metro Ethernet and using OSPF as the routing protocol
The goal is to have Area 0 designated to one physical location that is very stable placing.
On Area 0 I will have a Cisco ASA 5505 inside interface connected. This Cisco ASA will be a backup link to the other side of the Metro Ethernet at our collocation center. The backup link will be over an IPSEC tunnel. Can the Cisco ASA 5505 or greater support multiple areas? Can it be an ABR? The outside interface and its peer ideally would be in another area.
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