At what point do you need multiple Areas with OSPF?
I have a pretty small network with under 300 people - six offices - some very small - in the US. I have read about OSPF setup and design - how Area 0 needs to touch every other area (with exceptions noted), the different LSA types etc. But it was never clear to me when you really need to move beyond having just Area 0. For a small network - is it ok to just use area 0 for say a central site and a few spoke sites?
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