Your database output shows additional routers "22.214.171.124" and "126.96.36.199", who also could contribute to your puzzle.
Could you please provide the output of "show ip ospf database external", which should help to clarify the situation.
The puzzle for me is, why those static routes show up in OSPF 2 in the first place. "redistribute ospf 1" can be rephrased to "Redistribute everything inserted into the routing table by process OSPF 1". Both static routes should not be redistributed this way, as they are no OSPF routes.
So please provide the config of the other OSPF routers in your lab and the output from "show ip ospf database external".
The route that makes it to OSPF 2 just happens to be a match to the network statement in OSPF 1. The network statement includes all interfaces having addresses from 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206. I don't think that should have any relevance, but it strikes me as interesting with the difference between the two routes. I presume 220.127.116.11 is an interface address on the local router? Where is 18.104.22.168? again I suspect it is local, but it would be nice to confirm. I would be tempted fo force the OSPF router ID on the two processes for clarity. I would also be tempted to add another static that matched the network statement, just to see what hapenned.
I think that "ip route ... interface" in CISCO is special static route. In my lab,22.214.171.124/24 is one route in OSPF 1 because CISCO think this route is connected route in OSPF 1 domain. So it was redistributed into OSPF 2.
If I change route from "null 0 " to ip address,for example:
ip route 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.0 188.8.131.52
This route wasn't redistributed to OSPF 2.
"ip route ... interface" is special route type.
When you do "redis connected",this type route wasn't redistributed .You must do "redis static".
So I don't know why CISCO do this, but it do.
Sometime this route is regarded as connected route when you redistribute between dynamic routing protocol or doesn't redistribute. Sometime it is regarded as static route if you redistribute from static to dynamic routing protocol.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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