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redistributing routes rip into ospf

Hello, I just want to confirm my understanding of how route redistribution works.

For instance, you have a router that is running OSPF on one interface (LAN) and the interface (LAN) on the opposite side is running RIP.

You want to enable the RIP routes on the OSPF side of the router.

You enter 'redistribute rip subnets' under 'router ospf'.

The OSPF instance on the router now merges the rip routes into its OSPF table and propagates all of that out onto the network for other routers to pick up.

Can someone please confirm if my general understanding is correct.

Thanks kindly.

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redistributing routes rip into ospf

That's correct. You'd configure rip on the ospf router to get the rip routes first, and then you'd do your redistribution.

HTH,

John

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redistributing routes rip into ospf

That's correct. You'd configure rip on the ospf router to get the rip routes first, and then you'd do your redistribution.

HTH,

John

HTH, John *** Please rate all useful posts ***
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