Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1986-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:\WINDOWS>netsh routing ip ospf set area ?
Usage: set area [areaid=][[auth=]none|password][[stubarea=]yes|no][metric=][[sumadv=]yes|no]
areaid - The IP address of the OSPF area to set parameters.
auth - Specifies whether plaintext passwords are required for
the area. If you require passwords for an area:
All interfaces in the same area that are on the
same network segment must use identical passwords.
Interfaces in the same area that are on different
networks can have different passwords.
By default, passwords are enabled and the password is
12345678. Passwords are transmitted in plaintext,
so this option is for identification, not security.
stubarea - Specifies whether this area is configured as a stub
area. A stub area is an OSPF area that does not
enumerate external routes. External routes from
outside the OSPF Autonomous System (AS) are not
flooded into or through stub areas. Routing to AS
external destinations in these areas is based only
on a summary default route. This reduces the overhead
for a stub area's internal routers.
You cannot configure the backbone as a stub area. You
cannot configure virtual links through stub areas.
metric - The cost of the summary default route that the router
advertises into the stub area. If the area is configured
as a stub area, and the router itself is an area border
router, then the stub metric indicates the cost of the
summary default route that the router advertises into
sumadv - Import summary advertisements
Remarks: Changes OSPF parameters for the specified area.
set area 10.0.0.1 auth=none stubarea=yes sumadv=yes
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netsh routing ip ospf set area - Windows 2000/XP - commandChanges OSPF parameters for the specified area. / Windows 2000/XP netsh, routing, ip, ospf, set, area, cmd, command, Windows, 2000/XP