Router4 has received this information from 184.108.40.206(Advertising Router) who generated Type5LSA. Because this router can reach 220.127.116.11(Forward Address) via 2 paths(equal cost) that's why you see 2 default routes in RIB.
However,This should be posted in the routing forum. J/K (grin)
One router originated the default and it learned it from two equal cost paths....
Why there are 2 routes in the RIB is easy to understand, I knew that. I just couldnt figure out why there was only one LSA....I guess the only LSA that should appear is from the router that orginated it....right?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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