- A. Designate two IS-IS routers as BDR routers at the edge of each campus, and configure one BDR for all Level 1 routers and one BDR for all Level 2 routers.
- B. Designate two IS-IS routers from each campus to act as Level 1/Level 2 backbone routers at the edge of each campus network.
- C. Assign the same IS-IS NET value for each campus, and configure internal campus routers with Level 1/Level 2 routing.
- D. Utilize different MTU values for each campus network segment. Level 2 backbone routers must utilize a larger MTU size of 9216.
- E. Assign a unique IS-IS NET value for each campus, and configure internal campus routers with Level 1 routing.
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