11-13-2008 04:39 PM
can anyone tell me what this entry in a show ospf3 route means:
188.8.131.52 Intra Router IP 1
184.108.40.206;0.0.0.2 Intra Transit IP 2
11-14-2008 04:05 AM - edited 11-14-2008 04:07 AM
OSPFv3, All the stub routes are now carried as prefixes in the intra-area-prefix LSAs. The intra-area-prefix LSA associates itself to a node (or pseudonode) in the link-state topology by referencing a router LSA (or network LSA) in its body.
220.127.116.11;0.0.0.2 destination of the route
Intra path type: how the route was learned
Transit route type: transit (OSPFv3 only) route to a pseudonode representing a transit network,lan,or nbma link.
IP next hop type, it can be IP or LSP
2 metric value
Both Intra and Inter-Area routes are also called OSPF Internal routes, as they are generated by OSPF itself, when an interface is listed under the protcol ospf