Re: Redist dist-list problems posted 07/23/1999
Yes, that is 100% correct.
I was referring only to filtering routes among OSPF routers and not any
redistributions from other protocols. Sorry for the confusion.
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----- Original Message -----
From: Ron Trunk <rtrunk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Mark, Detrick <mdetrick@xxxxxxxxx>; <ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, July 23, 1999 10:23 AM
Subject: Re: Redist dist-list problems
> >Pamela is right in that LS routing protos can't be filtered the way that
> >can be.
> I agree 100%
> >The routes in OSPF are calculated by SPF from LSA and no routes are
> >transferred amoung routers in the area at any time. However, I think
> >distribute-list you can filter routes that are calculated by OSPF and
> >put INto the table. This is only effective on the local router,
> >to eliminate a route from all routers in an OSPF area you would have to
> >this statement on all the routers. The LSAs would not be effected.
> But if that router is the distribution router, as in Bill's case, it would
> make sense, since he is filtering routers learned from outside the domain
> (e.g. RIP). If the routes are filtered before they get into the routing
> table, OSPF won't redistribute them to the other OSPF routers.
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