As part of a Lab setup I have 2 routers (R7 & R8) connected via serial (2Mbs). Each router then connects to switch2 (10Mbs). R8 is an ASBR as I am redistributing the connected network between R8 and the switch. I redistribute this network into OSPF using the default metric of 20 and metric-type 1.
I anticipated that the cost from R7 to this network would be (64 + 20) 84, however, the cost is 85 ???
The area between R7 & R8 is NSSA (i.e the serial network).
My understanding is that the seed metric you configure within the router ospf process applies only to redistribution from dynamic routing protocols but not to red connected that uses a seed metric of 0 for the IP subnet of interface redistributed
When enabled, the default-metric command applies a metric value of 0 to redistributed connected routes. The default-metric command does not override metric values that are applied with the redistribute command.
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