Policy based routing in partially-meshed FR/OSPF network posted 03/12/2006
- Subject: Policy based routing in partially-meshed FR/OSPF network
- From: "Pranab Bhowmick" <pbhowmick@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 12 Mar 2006 00:52:41 -0800
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I have the following hub and spoke FR network:
dlci 102/201 / \ dlci 302/203
With ospf network type configured as non-broadcast and manually configuring
R2 as DR and R1/R3 as neighbors, I am able to bring the OSPF adjacencies up.
I'm using a /24 subnet so R3 shows up as directly connected to R1. Now when
I try to ping R3 from R1, it fails because there is no direct connectivity
between R1 and R3. Other than policy-based routing (making R2 as next-hop),
is there an another way of make R1 and R3 reachable to each other?
Appreciate your help.