I currently have several OSPF speaking Cisco devices setup (PIX 506, PIX 515, 1721, 2600).
I am redistributing static routes on one of the devices, which I only want 2 of the other devices to be aware of and not the rest. What would be the best way to acheive this? Would it be multiple OSPF areas or running a seperate instance of OSPF on these 2 devices?
Once this is setup, I'm assuming the devices that learn these routes, shouldn't then redistribute them on?
I can provide more information on the setup if required.
The only problem is I have about 30 static routes on this particular device. This would mean creating an acl to match the 30 entries and setting this up on all the devices that should ignore the routes. I will certainly do this if there is no other way to achieve this.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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