Refer to the exhibit of the routing table from a router that is a backbone router and the ABR router for area 1. How will this routing table change, if any, if area 1 is configured as a stub area?

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Refer to the exhibit of the routing table from a router that is a backbone router and the ABR router for area 1. How will this routing table change, if any, if area 1 is configured as a stub area? 1IT Administrator Staff asked 5 months ago

Refer to the exhibit of the routing table from a router that is a backbone router and the ABR router for area 1. How will this routing table change, if any, if area 1 is configured as a stub area?
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  • Only the O E2 routes will be removed from the routing table.
  • All of the O IA and O E2 routes will be removed from the routing table.
  • Only the O IA routes and the two O E2 subnet routes to the 192.168.0.0 networks will be removed.
  • None of the routes will be removed as a result of Area 1 and this ABR being configured as a stub area.

Explanation: The ABR for the Area 1 routing table will not change. The ABR connects to the backbone area as well as Area 1. The ABR router continues to receive external routes and intra-area routes through the interface that connects to the backbone area.

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