This number sets the router priority and is only used on multi-access networks such as LANs. This establishes whether the router is eligible to become the Designated Router for the LAN. The value for OSPF Router Priority can be a number between 0 and 255.
At least one router on a LAN must have a priority greater than 0 in order for OSPF to work, since there must be a Designated Router.
The Designated Router is the single router within an area which broadcasts the Link State Advertisement for the area. A priority of 0 means that the router is not eligible. The router with the highest priority becomes the Designated Router.
If a router with a lower priority is the Designated Router and a new router with a higher priority comes online, the Designated Router will not change
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