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OSPF odd one

Hi

I am experiencing some odd OSPF behavior that I can't get my head around.

The scenario is thus:

<CE>BGP<4500>OSPF<FW>

the 4500 is redistributing BGP into OSPF

router ospf 1 vrf CustA

compatibility rfc1583

capability vrf-lite

redistribute bgp 64000 subnets metric-type 1 tag 64000

 

The FW (a Palo Alto) is seeing the OSPF routes as O1's. I was expecting E1's which is what is happening at other sites.

Those PA's see the routes as E1s.

Anyone hazard a guess as to what is going on here?

 

Cheers

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Hello,

 

stupid question maybe, but what is an E1 route on a Palo Alto ? I only see O1 and O2...

 

admin@PALOALTO> show routing route type ospf
flags: A:active, ?:loose, C:connect, H:host, S:static, ~:internal, R:rip, O:ospf, B:bgp,
Oi:ospf intra-area, Oo:ospf inter-area, O1:ospf ext-type-1, O2:ospf ext-type-2

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Hello,

 

stupid question maybe, but what is an E1 route on a Palo Alto ? I only see O1 and O2...

 

admin@PALOALTO> show routing route type ospf
flags: A:active, ?:loose, C:connect, H:host, S:static, ~:internal, R:rip, O:ospf, B:bgp,
Oi:ospf intra-area, Oo:ospf inter-area, O1:ospf ext-type-1, O2:ospf ext-type-2

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Now i feel stupid. I had not even noticed that output before. On one of my PA's i could have sworn said E1 routes as it does on the Cisco kit. NOw i've gone in and checked again they do indeed show as O2 or O1 routes.



Genius.