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NSSA ABR issue

Hi,

I found this issue when configuring NSSA. In my scenario there are 2 NSSA ABR's and 1 ASBR redistributing RIP V2 routes in the NSSA Area 1 with metric 10 and metric-type 1 ,subnets.

Configuring area 1 as NSSA in R1 , R2 and R3 I found that R1 route table shows that 65.0.0.0/16 as E1 but R2 shows 65.0.0.0/16 as N1 routes.I changed the router-id of R1 to 172.16.0.10 and cleared the ip ospf proc.Post adj build up I found that ipr route table of r2 showed 65.0.0.0/16 routes as E1 and

R1 showed N1 and R1 was type 7 to type 5 translating.

Any help is welcome .

Regards

Kas

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Re: NSSA ABR issue

In the routing the entry should have been N1 instead of E1.In that case we can try to restart OSPF process on all the routers in area 1 from the scratch and see if it works.

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