OSPF: Can I put 2 connected WAN routers under area 0?
I have the following static route configuration:
my remote router is connected to:
my central router is connected to:
the central router has static routes to many 10.178.0.0 subnets.
I intend to use OSPF, can I put the 2 routers under area 0 for network 10.0.0.0 on both side? Should I leave the BRI interface as static, or put the ip ospf demand circuit command onto it and run OSPF as well?
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