This document provides a sample configuration on how to use area <> filter-list command. This feature was introduced in IOS release 12.0(15)S and is used for filtering LSA type 3 only. This filter can be used to filter type 3 LSA coming into an area, going out of an area or both.
It is assumed that a person reading this document is familiar with Ospf.
For this document 3700 Series router with IOS 12.4(18) loaded in it.
The configuration files are attached with this document.
For this example we will take network attached to loopback 1 (18.104.22.168/24) and filter that out in a way that routers in Area 1 don't see it.
Before we start applying filters lets take a look at routing table of R2 and R3:
From Router R2:
And, we can surely see network 22.214.171.124. Now, to make sure that we have it on Router R3 as well, lets have a look at its routng table:
and, its there as well.
Now for filtering network 126.96.36.199 from area 1 we need to perform two tasks
We first need to configure a prefix-list which will filter this particular network out.
Second, we need to apply that filter
This will be done at router R2, which is the ABR for Area 1.
For step 1, we will create a prefix-list which will filter net 188.8.131.52/24 and permit all others:
For step 2, we will apply this filter:
We can also apply the same filter in out direction but then we would have to do it on Area 0 as this is the area from which this network is advertised out.
Lets see the routing table of Router R3:
We surely don't see 184.108.40.206 network on R3. And, to prove that R2 is not sending type 3 LSA for this network in area 1, lets see the database for 220.127.116.11 network on R2:
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