[quagga-users 9925] Re: Quagga-users Digest, Vol 62, Issue 18

Gobbledegeek gobbledegeek at gmail.com
Wed Sep 24 12:04:25 IST 2008


Can you  also copy the output of

#sh ip ospf border

Thanks.

On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 4:25 PM, Gobbledegeek <gobbledegeek at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>Known via "ospf", distance 110, metric 11000010, best
>
> where did the 11000000 + 10 come from? It looks like 10.1.3.233   is
> the ASBR in the remote Area and the metric has been added
> distance-vector style. Or did you run some of the show commands on one
> ASBR and some on the other?
>
> If the path to 10.25.37.255/32 were from the local ASBR 3.233 then the
> metric should be 1100000 not 11000010.
>
> Can you check the same lsa output on the ABR?
>
>
> Is the route to 10.255.255.5 resolvable? Or less specific than the
> route to  10.1.3.233 ? That could be one reason why the route is not
> installed.
> Can you copy the  recursive chain of routes for the two ASBRs and also
> the ASBR summary LSA for the 255.5 from the ABR?
>
> HTH
>
> On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 11:59 AM,  <alpop at yandex.ru> wrote:
>> Hello
>> 10.1.3.233        1 Full/Backup       38.909s 10.1.3.233      ce800000:10.1.3.234      0     0     0
>> No neighbourship with 10.255.255.5
>> This is not directly connected router in Area0.
>>
>>
>> 21.09.08, 16:45, "Gobbledegeek" <gobbledegeek at gmail.com>:
>>
>>> >   2. [quagga-users 9907]  Ospf metric, worst route wins
>>> >      (alpop at yandex.ru)
>>> >
>>> Hello
>>> Can you check the neighbor state for for both 10.255.255.5 and
>>> 10.1.3.233? Is the neighbor relationship to both proper?
>>
>> 20.09.08, 23:21, alpop at yandex.ru:
>>
>>> Hello.
>>> I use quagga 0.99.10 on Solaris 9 system. And I have two routes to host 10.25.37.255. Both routes are external, redistributed from other routing protocol. First route has 11000000 metric, second has 1000000. And the first, with worst metric, wins. Why ???
>>> # telnet localhost 2604
>>> # sh ip ospf database external 10.25.37.255
>>>   LS age: 1449
>>>   Options: 0x20 : *|-|DC|-|-|-|-|*
>>>   LS Flags: 0x6
>>>   LS Type: AS-external-LSA
>>>   Link State ID: 10.25.37.255 (External Network Number)
>>>   Advertising Router: 10.1.3.233
>>>   LS Seq Number: 80000010
>>>   Checksum: 0xa6fd
>>>   Length: 36
>>>   Network Mask: /32
>>>         Metric Type: 1
>>>         TOS: 0
>>>         Metric: 11000000
>>>         Forward Address: 0.0.0.0
>>>         External Route Tag: 0
>>>   LS age: 1391
>>>   Options: 0x20 : *|-|DC|-|-|-|-|*
>>>   LS Flags: 0x6
>>>   LS Type: AS-external-LSA
>>>   Link State ID: 10.25.37.255 (External Network Number)
>>>   Advertising Router: 10.255.255.5
>>>   LS Seq Number: 80000010
>>>   Checksum: 0x0c31
>>>   Length: 36
>>>   Network Mask: /32
>>>         Metric Type: 1
>>>         TOS: 0
>>>         Metric: 1000000
>>>         Forward Address: 0.0.0.0
>>>         External Route Tag: 0
>>> # telnet localhost 2601
>>> # sh ip route 10.25.37.255/32
>>> Routing entry for 10.25.37.255/32
>>>   Known via "ospf", distance 110, metric 11000010, best
>>>   Last update 08:01:40 ago
>>>   * 10.1.3.233, via ce800000
>>
>
>
>
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> GobbleDeGeek
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>



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