I have a router that is running both BGP and OSPF.
BGP is learning the default route from its BGP neighbor.
I was going to redistribute the default route into OSPF with a route map and the âredistributeâ command but I noticed that once I configured OSPF with the âdefault-information originateâ command OSPF learned the correct default route and propagated it.
Does this mean I don't need to add the âredistribute BGPâ command to my OPSF configuration?
When you configure the default-information originate command under ospf, it will generate & advertise a default route as long as it sees a valid entry in its routing table .
In your case the default is being learnt from BGP so when u configure the command under opsf it starts advertisign the default. If your requirement is to just propogate the default, you need not do redistribution
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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