> i mean how the router has to build map for the routing domain
Each router runs the Shortest Path First (SPF) algorithm and build a root tree with itself as the root. The result of this calculation is a best path to each subnet in the network.
2) OSPF LSA type 4 is used to provide connectivity to a given ASBR. All areas in the autonomous system will have this lsa type 4, except for the area where the ASBR resides. This area doesn't need the LSA type 4 to calculate connectivity to the ASBR as it will use the LSA type 1 and 2 to do so.
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