What is one reason to use the ip ospf priority command when the OSPF routing protocol is in use?
- to activate the OSPF neighboring process
- to influence the DR/BDR election process
- to provide a backdoor for connectivity during the convergence process
- to streamline and speed up the convergence process
Explanation: The OSPF priority can be set to a number between 0 and 255. The higher the number set, the more likely the router becomes the DR. A priority 0 stops a router from participating in the election process and the router does not become a DR or a BDR.
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