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The 192 168 3.0/24 network is learned on router R1 via IS-IS Given the OSPF configuration shown, and assuming that the OSPF adjacency between routers R1 and R3 is up, why is the 192 168.3.0/24 route not in router R3's route table? (Choose two)
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- The route policy should be applied as in import policy
- The no-redistribute-external command is used on router R1
- The route policy is incorrect. It should say "from protocol ISIS" rather than "from protocol direct".
- It is not possible to be an ASBRA. The ASBR configuration should be removed.
- The interface between routers R1 and R3 needs to be in OSPF area 0 rather than OSPF area 1 because a backbone area must always exist.