I have these strange routes on a Native Sup720 Distribution that I can't figure out where they're coming from. They're all mostly /32's and they appear to be coming from L3 configured port-channels. Here's a couple of snapshots:
LOF14DISTRT1#sh ip route | inc 169.254
169.254.0.0/16 is variably subnetted, 740 subnets, 2 masks
C 169.254.45.122/32 [0/1] via 169.254.45.122
C 169.254.234.188/32 [0/1] via 169.254.234.188
C 169.254.185.239/32 [0/1] via 169.254.185.239
C 169.254.58.108/32 [0/1] via 169.254.58.108
C 169.254.56.110/32 [0/1] via 169.254.56.110
C 169.254.189.232/32 [0/1] via 169.254.189.232
C 169.254.91.14/32 [0/1] via 169.254.91.14
C 169.254.51.102/32 [0/1] via 169.254.51.102
C 169.254.27.78/32 [0/1] via 169.254.27.78
C 169.254.238.186/32 [0/1] via 169.254.238.186
C 169.254.125.41/32 [0/1] via 169.254.125.41
C 169.254.140.223/32 [0/1] via 169.254.140.223
C 169.254.118.37/32 [0/1] via 169.254.118.37
C 169.254.117.38/32 [0/1] via 169.254.117.38
There are a lot more of those and the cef table looks like this:
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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