its a silly question, but this might help us understand MPLS much more.
Intra area routes are always preffered by routers running OSPF, but how can we make a router traverse a route from Area 0 to a non area 0(totally nssa) using MPLS and without changing area type of the non area 0..
We have seen a lot of command from MPLS but hope someone could help us.
I am having troubles understanding the goal you are trying to achieve. Even without MPLS, a backbone area 0 can always reach a non-backbone area, even if it is an NSSA area. Can you elaborate more on your request, or perhaps give us a sample exhibit as an example of what you want to achieve?
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