How are the default routes configured in one internal router transmitted to other internal router in an area ? Is it by Type 5 LSA ? Then it should be transmitted to all through the AS as Type 5.Correct me if I am wrong.
For a router to generate Type 5 LSAs, it should be an ASBR.But, how come an ordinary router generate a Type 5 LSA to carry default route ? or Only ASBR router can advertise default route? Correct me if I am wrong.
Nopes it is not needed for a Router to be ASBR to generate default. An ABR can generate a NSSA Default ROute ( The route will be N1 and N2 not E1 and E2). A totally stub area would have an IA default Route not an external default route which is genrated with default-information originate
I am not talking about default route generated by ABR(as Type 3 LSA for Stubby Area and as Type 7 LSA for NSSA).I am just talking about the default route generated by a normal router inside a noram area.
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