[c-nsp] OSPF NSSA Question

Jon Allen Boone ipmonger at delamancha.org
Mon Oct 4 02:01:19 EDT 2004

I think what Randy means is why are customer routes in OSPF at all?

BCP would indicate that singly-homed customers should be statically 
routed (with those routes redistributed into your EGP -- probably 

If dynamic routing is necessary, it's best to use a protocol that 
supports filtering of routing updates such as RIPv2 or EIGRP.


On Oct 04, 2004, at 01:30, Randy Bush wrote:

>> But, the original poster is proposing 100 routers in the area along 
>> with
>> significant route flaps from customers.
> why are customer route flaps are in ospf?
> randy
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