I have two OSPF Processes running on a router one for our Voice network and one for Data. What I am trying to do is Redistribute a connected interface into both processes but Prefer the Voice Process. Does the Metric command override what is inserted into the route table?
Perhaps I am confused about what you are trying to accomplish. When you redistribute a connected interface into OSPF, it is a connected interface on the local router, and OSPF will advertise it to its neighbors as an external route. The metric that you specify in the redistribute command will specify the metric advertised to neighbors. But nothing in the redistribution will change what is in the local routing table.
This router has 2 OSPF processes. Will the neighbor that it advertises to also have the 2 OSPF processes?
If I have not addressed your question then perhaps you can clarify so that I understand and can answer better?
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