I have an MPLS connection to a client and we are running OSPF over the MPLS connection. My client swears up and down that they are advertising a particular network but it does not appear in my OSPF database on my ASA 5510. I am receiving several other networks and have them in my database & routing table, but the network in question does not appear anywhere on my device unless I add a static route.
Is there any way that I can verify that they are or are not actually advertising this network. I'm not sure if there may be a show ospf "something" command that will show additional information or if I can run a packet capture and see the raw data somehow, etc--anything!
I have already run a capture but only get OSPF hello packets so I am assuming I would need to restart the OSPF process to re-establish the neighbor relationship and see advertised routes, but I am not sure about that.
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