From: Bryan Ginman (BGinman@iSolve.com)
Date: Sat May 26 2001 - 11:22:17 EDT

The reason that this is not preferable is that it injects it as a External
type 2 route with a much higher AD and does not increase its metric through
the area. This can cause problems in large networks if you are not careful
and definitely is not as clean. In and of itself this is not necessarily
"evil", however in large networks with multiple redundant paths, etc this is
not "best practice" the best practice is to run the IGP on all interfaces in
the passive state that you do not want to actively participate in IGP

Bryan Ginman
Vice-President, Network Services

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