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Re: zebra/ospf issue

  • From: Josh Gentry
  • Date: Sat Feb 16 19:57:17 2002

On Sat, Feb 16, 2002 at 05:43:41PM -0700, Josh Gentry wrote:
> > Folks,
> > 
> > I'm experimenting with using Zebra running on a Debian box to do OSPF with
> > the Ciscos on our network.  The zebra box has 2 interfaces, each in a
> > different area.  This is the first time we have tried to impliment
> > multiple areas on our network.  Right now, area 51 consists only of the
> > zebra box and a Cisco 2500, and is just for testing.
> Next question.  Now that the adjacency issue is solved, the router that is
> in both area 51 and area 0 is learning routes from area 0, and the other
> router in area 51 is then learning those routes in turn.
> If I add a route on the area 51 only router, however, that route shows up
> on the router in both area 51 and area 0, but does not show up on the
> other routers in area 0.  I am using all the redistrute commands I can
> find.  I'm baffled at this point.  Any insight would be appreciated.

One more piece of info I should have mentioned is that if I do a "show ip
ospf database" on DR for area 0, the routes from area 51, such as    217         0x8000006A 0x6644   0

but they don't make it into the routing table.


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