I'm in my fanal step of preparation of CCNP Exam 642-902 after read boo and doing some labs I had register with some pratice exam questions to check if i'm ready to go or not !
in the following question I'm fully comfortable withe the provide answer and also with the explanation I found on it !
Refer to the exhibit. Router B is performing bidirectional redistribution between EIGRP and OSPF. The network 10.100.1.0/24 should not be reachable from the 10.100.9.0/24 network. However, it needs to be reachable from any network within the EIGRP domain. All other networks should be seen in both domains. Which change to router B would accomplish these goals?
my problem with the explanation is router B connected interface to router C is in AREA 0, all router within the same area must havig the same link state database. In the provide explanation, I undersood they would not which is not possible in OSPF.
I would prefer to avoid the redistribution of 10.100.1.0/24 in OSPF at all whic wasn't in the available choice !
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