We are moving from an all static route environment to OSPF. Currently we tell each remote router that the route for outside VPN is found on our ASA at each site. ip route x.x.x.x 255.255.255.0 10.x.x.x
How do I code the same thing in router using OSPF so that all the other routers know where that VPN tunnel is to outside world on our ASA?
Assuming the ASA can't run OSPF, on any OSPF router that's connected to it, you might use a static route (probably much as you do now) that you also redistribute into OSFP. Other OSPF routers will then see the route information within OSPF.
Another method might be to configure a GRE tunnel through the ASA and run OSPF on the tunnel interface. Then both sides of the tunnel can know all the routes on the other side of the tunnel.
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