route-map OSPF permit 10
match ip add 1 2 3
router ospf 1
redistribute static route-map OSPF
default metric 110
Let's say ACL 1, 2 exist, and there is no ACL 3. How does a router treat packets against an ACL that doesn't exist in a route map?
We encounter this problem where R2 advertises a connected network with metric of 10. However, R3 will learn this network from R1 if "match ip add 3" is there, with metric of 110. If we take out 3 from the match statement, it will learn the route normally from R2. Why is that?