I am attempting to add a new segment to my network. The new segment is on the far side of a Linux router and I cannot run OSPF on the Linux router. I would like to have my IOS perform the distribution from a static entry to my OSPF database. However, I am having problems - it does not happen. Here is my config:
router ospf 9000
area 1 authentication message-digest
area 1 stub
network 172.30.100.0 0.0.0.255 area 1
network 172.30.101.0 0.0.0.255 area 1
ip route 172.30.101.64 255.255.255.192 172.30.101.2
Area 1 is a stub area. You can not have external LSAs in a stub area. You need to change the area to a "normal (non-stub)" area or to a Not-So-Stubby area (NSSA). Remember to make all routers in the area consistent with each other, i.e. all NSSA or all of them as non-stubby.
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