Which two minimum parameters must be configured on an active interface to enable OSPFV2 to operate? (Choose two.)
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D. E.
To enable OSPFv2 to operate on an interface, two minimum parameters that must be configured are:
OSPF process ID: OSPFv2 uses process ID as a way of separating OSPF instances on a router. The process ID identifies a particular OSPF instance on a router and is locally significant, which means that it only needs to be the same on routers that are part of the same OSPF area. A router can have multiple OSPFv2 process IDs running simultaneously, each with different configurations.
OSPF area: OSPFv2 organizes the network into areas for efficient routing. Each router in an OSPFv2 domain is assigned to at least one area, and all the routers within an area have the same OSPFv2 database, which simplifies the routing calculations. To enable OSPFv2 on an interface, the area to which the interface belongs must be specified.
Therefore, the correct answers to this question are A. OSPF process ID and E. OSPF area. The other options are not necessary for enabling OSPFv2 on an interface: