dnarenderreddy at gmail
May 4, 2012, 4:17 AM
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Phil <phillaverdiere <at> yahoo.com> writes:
Re: Reg: Inter Area routes into non-back bone areas in OSPFv3
> Hi Narender,
> The virtual link is used to connect areas to the backbone, to prevent a
partitioned backbone. Every ospf are must be connected to the backbone. Say
area 2 is connected only to area 1. area 2 would need to create a virtual link
through area 1 to the backbone.
> Hope this helps,
My Expectation is also same.
But When I connect quagga OSPFv3 routers
-------[R1]------- [R2]--------- [R3]----------[R4]
Area 0 Area 0 Area 23 Area 34
I should be seeing Area 0 routes in R3 but not R3 should no be forwarding the
routes related to R1 into R4.
Only when there is a virtual link configured between R3 and R2 through 'Area
23', we should be seeing R1 Routes in R4.
But What I ACTUALLY see is without even a virtual link, the routes of R1 and
seen in R4.
Isn't it wrong.
Where might the issue be.
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