What does the always keyword do on the end of the defaultinformation originate command

A: always originates a default route, regardless of the existence of a default in the routing table.

13: What is the Forward Address in the OSPF database used for?

A: To allow an OSPF router to forward packets directly to the next hop toward an external destination rather than through the ASBR.

14: What is the difference between a totally stubby area and a stubby area?

A: Totally stubby areas do not receive information on internal or external OSPF routes outside of the area; stubby areas receive internal, but not external, routing information. Neither can contain an ASBR.

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