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Re: OSPF into IGRP posted 04/05/2000
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Stanley

Use the ospf "summary address" command on your ASBR to advertise the /24s that cover the smaller subnets. Then redistribute OSPF into IGRP. It is a "hack", but required if you need to use a classful protocol like IGRP or RIP(1).

E.g.
(config)#router ospf 1
(config-router)#ospf summary-address 170.0.1.0 255.255.255.0
! covers any smaller (/25 thru /32) subnet in the 170.0.1.0 /24 space...

Enjoy!!

Henry Steuart
CCSI# 97174
henry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

At 11:49 AM 4/5/00, you wrote:

Hi all,

Need some help here..

I am trying to redistribute OSPF into IGRP....

OSPF have some /24 /29 /30 routes whereas IGRP have only
/24 routes....

all of them are in 170.100.0.0 networks.

What are the command to redistribute all the subnets from OSPF into
IGRP..

How do I summarize those /29 and /30 routes into /24 routes in OSPF ??

Thanks


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