Hi to all,
well my question sounds kind of weird. So let me go to the point.
Cisco doesn't recommend to use multiple opsf processes on the same router although this is possible.
We have in our network a working multiple area design with route summarization, static routes, stub areas etc etc.
Now, we need to build another separate network with a routing protocol (OSPF) on the same router.
Separate means no route exchange between these two ospf processes.
It also has to be possible to insert static routes which aply once for one process and another static route for only the other process.
Can this approach be reached with OSPF?
Happy New Year! :)
you cannot specify an ospf process in a static route but you can choice what static routes are redistributed into each OSPF process
router ospf 1
redistribute static subnets route-map static_to_proc1
router ospf 2
redistribute static subnets route-map static_to_proc2
you can create the static routes with a route tag
ip route 10.10.1.0 255.255.255.0 172.20.5.30 tag 33
ip route 10.10.2.0 255.255.255.0 172.20.5.35 tag 88
then the route-maps can just match the route-tags:
route-map static_to_proc1 permit 10
match tag 33
route-map static_to_proc2 permit 10
match tag 88
in this way the first is only redistributed into ospf 1 the second static route only into process 2
Hope to help