Hi All, I have inherited a network. One location has two routers, one is in OSPF Area 0 and the second is configured as a stub area. The second router has an external link to BGP also and is trying to redistribute ospf into BGP. This is not working. Would changing the stub area to a Not-So-Stubby-Area then allow me to redistribute into BGP?
Thank you for the additional information. This does confirm that there are OSPF routes in the routing table which could be redistributed into BGP. If they are not being redistributed then we need to find the cause why not. In a previous post you gave this as the config of BGP:
router bgp 65500
redistribute ospf 6 metric 100 route-map ospf2bgp
neighbor x.x.x.x remote-as xxxx
is this still accurate?
If so my guess would be an issue with the route map, since the rest of the config seems pretty straight forward and without problem. Can you post the route map and any associated access lists?