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Re: zebra/ospf issue
- From: Josh Gentry
- Date: Sun Feb 17 11:53:02 2002
This is apparently not an appropriate topic for the nanog list. You will
see no more. Thank you.
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 11:37:35PM -0700, Josh Gentry wrote:
> 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.
> The zebra box is forming a full adjacency with the Cisco in area 51 with
> no problems. It will not, however, become fully adjacent with the DR and
> BDR in area 0. This seems to be preventing the distrobution of routes to
> the zebra box.
> Distrobution of routes in area 51 works fine.
> Here is my config, minus auth info.
> ! Zebra configuration saved from vty
> ! 2002/02/02 16:35:11
> hostname ospfd
> log file /var/log/zebra/ospfd.log
> service password-encryption
> interface lo
> interface eth1
> ip ospf authentication-key <password>
> interface eth0
> ip ospf message-digest-key <keyid> md5 <password>
> ip ospf priority 5
> ip ospf hello-interval 10
> ip ospf dead-interval 40
> router ospf
> ospf router-id 22.214.171.124
> ospf abr-type cisco
> ospf rfc1583compatibility
> network 126.96.36.199/24 area 0
> network 188.8.131.52/24 area 51
> area 0 authentication message-digest
> area 51 authentication
> redistribute static
> Any insight would be appreciated. Thanks.