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  1. Hi Rene,
    Thx for your very nice article as always :slight_smile: If there is multiple Level1-2 Router on a area then due to default Route asymmetric Routing will be occurred. I saw your topic about Route leaking but I think its not scalable more . So is there any other scaleble option here ??

  2. Hello René,
    Thank you a lot for this lesson. But I don’t see this command circuit-type level anywhere in the course. Normal?

  3. Hello Staut

    Yes, this is correct.


  4. Hello Stuat

    Yes, if two routers are set to be L1-L2, and they are in the same area, they will only establish an L1 neighborship because they detect that they are in the same area.

    I hope this has been helpful!


  5. Thank you! Just wanted to make sure that it’s not necessarily to set is-type level1 command if routers are in the same area.

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