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Provides commands for a broad set of AWS products, and is supported onWindows, Mac, and Linux. To get started, see AWS Command Line Interface User Guide. For moreinformation about the commands for Amazon EC2, see ec2 in theAWS CLI Command Reference.

Provides commands for a broad set of AWS products for those who scriptin the PowerShell environment. To get started, see the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell User Guide. Formore information about the cmdlets for Amazon EC2, see the AWS Tools for PowerShell Cmdlet Reference.

The network command is an assignment method of an interface to a certain area. The mask is used as a shortcut and it puts a list of interfaces in the same area with one line configuration line.

In this way RTA and area 1 has a logical connection to the backbone. In order to configure a virtual link, use the area virtual-link router OSPF sub-command on both RTA and RTB, where area-id is the transit area.

The default for the interface OSPF priority is one. Remember that the DR and BDR concepts are per multiaccess segment. The OSPF priority value on an interface is done with the ip ospf priority interface command.

The show ip ospf neighbor command shows the state of all the neighbors on a particular segment. Do not be alarmed if the Neighbor ID does not belong to the segment that you look at.

This is achieved with the neighbor ip-address [priority number] [poll-interval seconds] command, where the "ip-address" and "priority" are the IP address and the OSPF priority given to the neighbor.

The neighbor command is not covered in depth in this document and becomes obsolete through new interface Network Type irrespective of the underlying physical media. This is explained in the next section.

This approach is a workaround for the neighbor command which statically lists all current neighbors. The interface is logically set to broadcast and behaves as if the router were connected to a LAN.

Prior to Cisco IOS Software Release 12.1(6), it was recommended to manually configure, on the ABR, a discard static route for the summary address to prevent possible routing loops. For the summary route shown, use this command:

Note that the stub command is configured on RTE also, otherwise RTE never becomes a neighbor to RTC. The default cost was not set, so RTC advertises to RTE with a metric of 1.

Redistribute routes into OSPF from other routing protocols or from static causes these routes to become OSPF external routes. To redistribute routes into OSPF, use this command in router configuration mode:

Assume that RTE injects a default-route into RIP. RTC has a gateway of last resort of RTC does not propagate the default to RTA until we configure RTC with a default-information originate command.

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