Following the information that you have recently posted , you are redistributing the static and connected routes into OSPF via this router. Because you are injecting the connected and static routes which are currently not within the OSPF domain ( some connected interfaces might be included in OSPF domain by enabling OSPF on them but static routes are not included ), you are injecting new routes to OSPF. This process is just like redistributing from another routing protocol domain, so the router acts like an ABSR and indicates its position on the outputs .
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