The only stub area type you can use NSSA Totally Stub Area. This setup wouldn't allow type 3, 4 and 5 enter the area in which RIP network exists while allowing RIP network accessible from the rest of the OSPF domain.
As the name states NSSA Totally Stub Area is nothing but NSSA + Totally Stub Area.
Since the original poster wants the intra-area routes + External RIP route advertised towards the backbone from this stub area it warrants the use of NSSA. Moreover the original poster just wants to allow only default route into the stub (NSSA) area. But NSSA would allow type 3 LSAs and making the area as NSSA TSA wouldn't allow the type 3 LSAs except the default route LSA. With NSSA TSA the ABR would just inject a type 3 default route LSA and also translate the RIP (type 7 LSA) to type 5 LSA to any non-stub OSPF area it's connected to.
There's no point here to be made except both are trying to provide a solution to the original poster's concern. I suggest configuring NSSA Totally Stub Area and you propose NSSA. I explain the reason why NSSA TSA is required and NSSA alone doesn't suffice in this scenario. I hope the original poster and the audience can benefit from this discussion. Honestly I don't understand what you are trying to clarify.
I wasn't contradicting your post. I started typing my reply, walked away for few minutes, came back and finished my sentence then hit post. That's when I noticed you've replied.
I agree no-so-stubby totally-stubby area will provide the desire result but without knowing the whole network topology, I'm hesitant to suggest one way of the other. That's the reason I asked for a diagram and also if he wants to see inter-area routes in addition of the intra-area routes.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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