corerouter (7206) distributionrouter (3640) any access-router (1760).
the 7206 and the 3640 are running ospf in a way that the 3640 gives a summary-route to the 7206 - e.g 10.20.0.0/16.
the 3640 then has static routes to the access-router
10.20.2.0 / 24
and so on.
so the 7206 has no knowledge of the /24 networks behind the 3640.
is there any possibility, that the 7206 gets the summary routes (10.20.0.0 /16) AND the /24 networks??
(redistribute static or so)
we want to implement isdn-backup for some access-router to the core.
but the 7206 only knows the summary-route 10.20.0.0/16 and if we configa floating static over isdn to the network 10.20.2.0/24, the 7206 takes the path over isdn of course because of best match regardless which admin-distance we use for floating static route.
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