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show ospf3 route entry

11.13.08   |  
‎11-13-2008 04:39 PM

can anyone tell me what this entry in a show ospf3 route means:

 

202.138.144.126                              Intra  Router      IP   1
  NH-interface so-0/2/0.0
  NH-interface so-1/2/2.0
202.138.144.126;0.0.0.2                      Intra  Transit     IP   2
  NH-interface so-0/2/0.0
  NH-interface so-1/2/2.0

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Re: show ospf3 route entry

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11.14.08   |  
‎11-14-2008 04:05 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. 

 

202.138.144.126;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 Smiley Happy

 

Message Edited by masoodnt10 on 11-14-2008 05:07 PM
Regards,
Masood
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