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  1. I found something really cool. I dont see it mentioned here so I will bring it up as it may help others especially if they are testing.

    when you use the “Show ipv6 ospf” command it gives some important information.

    1. if your expecting an Area to be shown such as Area 0, Area 1, ect… it will show all the areas that the router sees. This is important as you can check your areas, and if one is missing BAM! Your well on your way to finding your issue and to eliminating other non issues. Obviously this is important tool in the use of this command.

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  2. Hey Brian

    Thanks so much for sharing these experiences with us! They can be very helpful, especially for those that are preparing for the same exam as you are!

    Keep at it!

    Laz

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