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OSPF - NSSA point to multipoint network

Hello All,

I'm dealing with this really odd behaviour.

I have a bunch of routers connected as per the attached diagram.

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I am redistributing the 200.200.200.0/30 network into OSPF on R2

Redistribution occurs as I can see the route installed in R1 routing table.

Now what is really odd is that the show ip route 200.200.200.1 on R1 shows R2, R3 and R4 as valid candidate for the 200.200.200.0/30 subnet.

So basically when I do a debug ip icmp on R1 and start pinging 200.200.200.2 I can see a reply frma R3 saying use R2 as gateway.

I'll add more output shortly.

Any idea ???

Regards,

Thibault.

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Rising star

OSPF - NSSA point to multipoint network

hi,

what ospf interface type u set on R1 FR?

Hope it Helps!

Soroush.
Beginner

OSPF - NSSA point to multipoint network

R1 is multipoint, R2,R3,R4 are point to point. But I as said ip reachability is not an issue.

Going to lab it up now

Rising star

OSPF - NSSA point to multipoint network

i think u have a misconfig in OSPF network type (NBMA, Broadcast) on ur devices so the spokes get the original adv and then re-advertise it. or neighbor cost misconfig in case of NMBA.

neway, keep me posted if it wasnt none of the above.

what do u get from show ip ospf database output?

Hope it Helps!

Soroush.
Beginner

OSPF - NSSA point to multipoint network

yup, could be something like this.

Will look into this again tomorrow

Thanks for the reply.

Beginner

OSPF - NSSA point to multipoint network

I fixed the issue by removing the "redistribute connected subnet" under the router ospf section and replaced it with network 200.200.200.0 0.0.0.3

Need to double check the behavior of of the redistribute connected command in this kind of environment.

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