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RE: one more question from the OSPF Demand Circuit thread posted 09/06/2001
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I can't find the mail but if you do a debug ip ospf lsa, you'll see which
prefix is causing the flapping and then you need to filter it out from being
redistributed back into OSPF.
Another way is to add no peer neighbor-route to your BRIs.



-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Wagner [mailto:miguknom@xxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 06 September 2001 05:58
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: one more question from the OSPF Demand Circuit thread

Hey, I accedentally deleted the solution to the problem of OSPF making the 
BRI interface flap when ospf demand circuit is configured.  It hasn't posted

to the archive yet.  Does anyone still have it?  (As you may have guessed, I

have a flapping ISDN link right now.)


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