Thank you for explaining that, I still have one issue. If I put ip ospf cost 30000 on the interface on the right hand edge router which joins area 0 from the router within area 0 the default route still goes right?
My intention was to put a stop with the ip ospf cost 30000 forcing the core router to use the default route on the left
from your Core router's point of view, there are two ways to get out to the internet, ISP1 and 2, and both are Inter-Area routes. when you increase the cost of the interface in its way to ISP2, it adds to the total metric calculated by the Core and if it makes greater cost than the one for ISP1 it makes that exit point least preferable.
if you want ur server to use ISP2 while the rest of the network ISP1, i'd suggest you do the manipulations on ur edge router.
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