This is the second article of the two parts series regarding OSPF areas.
The second part is more focused on how to configure OSPF areas on Cisco routers.
More about this you can find on Intenseschool website.
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Paris ARAU is a networking professional with strong background on routing and switching technologies. He is a holder of CCIE R&S and dual JNCIE(SP and ENT). The day to day work allows him to dive deeply in networking technologies. Part of the continuously training, he is focusing on Software Defined Network and cloud computing.
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