There is no 'ip ospf cost ' statement on interface interface Serial0/0.1 multipoint , without this statement OSPF uses the bandwidth statement , since the bandwidth on this interface is 512 K the cost associated with this would be approx 90 .
Another thing you may want to check is are there OSPF neibors on the all the links , and the cost is used for outbound traffic , you may want to check the cost on the side that you are receiving the default router from .
c.) the networktype ons0/0.1 and 0/0.2 is multipoint on all sides and the
networktype on s0/0.299 and 0/0.699 is point-point on all sides.
one thing to mention:
i have 2 different ospf-processes running on the router which has the "wrong"
we migrating to mpls, so this distributionsrouter has two links (s0/0.1 and s0/0.2) to the "old" world with ospf process 100 and 2 links (s0/0.299 and 699) to the new mpls core-routers with process-id 65052.
so the distributionsrouter gets the defaultroute over 2 different ospf-processes.
it should install the defaultroute from the "old" routers.
today i have changed the networktype from s0/0.1 and 0/0.2 to point-point.
we will try in 4 hours - perhaps the different networktype between the old and the new world is the issue.
do you know on what parameter a router installs the route in the routingtable if it gets a route over 2 different ospf-processes?
(as you saw we configured different ospf cost - is this enough ?)
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