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route-map command in ASA

Hi,

I found a route-map command in the ASA v8 command refernce, it has the same structure as the route-map in router. does this command function like the router one or it has different function.

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Re: route-map command in ASA

Route maps are used when redistributing routes into an OSPF, RIP, or EIGRP routing process. They are also used when generating a default route into an OSPF routing process. A route map defines which of the routes from the specified routing protocol are allowed to be redistributed into the target routing process.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/asa/asa80/configuration/guide/ip.html

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