Hopelijk alles goed is in nederland …
I am looking at your summarisation of your connected interfaces into OSPF which looks really cool - well straight forward since you immediately put all your connected interfaces into ospf right with a single command instead of specifying any network statements under your ospf process ???
So, from an overall ‘good standard practice’ perspective … would you recommend this INSTEAD of enabling or specifying your connected netowrks (lets take a number of SVI’s on a layer 3 switch as an example) as a network statement under the OSPF process … or are both methods equally valid … ??? The main reason prompting this question is the generation of Type 5 LSA into OSPF when redistrbuting your connected interfaces (or networks) and in doing so would this create any potential problems in general ospf operation across your network in that there may be some limitations on the behaviour of type 5 LSA’s and how they are interpreted when traversing a multi-area network … ??
Many Thanks hartelijk dank