Osfp: If using match interface vlan,X remove passive-vlan?

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Jun 12th, 2009

Converting my IA routers to E1's. Example below:

router ospf 1

router-id 10.124.16.1

log-adjacency-changes

redistribute connected metric 1 metric-type 1 subnets route-map ospf2mpls

redistribute static metric 1 metric-type 1 subnets route-map static2mpls

passive-interface Vlan10

passive-interface Vlan15

passive-interface Vlan16

passive-interface Vlan20

passive-interface Vlan202

network 10.249.249.68 0.0.0.3 area 0

network 10.250.250.24 0.0.0.3 area 0

route-map ospf2mpls permit 16

!add all switch vlans here, no vlan, won't route to that subnet

match interface Vlan160

match interface vlan20

match interface vlan99

match interface vlan100

match interface vlan202

match interface vlan124

match interface vlan8

match ...

set tag 10124

Don't I need to remove the "passive-vlan" from my OSPF statement since I am using "match interface" to put those subnets into OSPF as E1 routes?

The whole point is to convert my OSPF IA's to E1's so my vendors MPLS BGP can take the and push them to my other sites with lower cost associated with the MPLS routes.

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Correct Answer by Laurent Aubert about 4 years 10 months ago

Hi,

passive-interface command is used for interfaces which subnet is covered by the network command.

So it seems in your case, you don't need passive-interface vlan x.

HTH

Laurent.

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Laurent Aubert Fri, 06/12/2009 - 09:39

Hi,

passive-interface command is used for interfaces which subnet is covered by the network command.

So it seems in your case, you don't need passive-interface vlan x.

HTH

Laurent.

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