OSPF Area Filter

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Create Date: Jun 11 2013 4:21PM

Hi all,

is there a way to avoid exported static routes from being announced into a specific OSPF Area?
I tried configure ospf area x.x.x.x external-filter, but even when applying a deny all policy, it still announces the static routes into that area.
Also tried stub and nssa areas with no success.

The static routes are in the same router that has the 2 areas.

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Create Date: Jun 17 2013 10:41PM

NSSA won't filter out non-OSPF route. You might want to try stub area instead.

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Create Date: Jun 18 2013 5:33PM

ethernet wrote:
NSSA won't filter out non-OSPF route. You might want to try stub area instead. I tried, but still the static routes from the ABR go inside the area.
Also tried creating a deny all policy and applying to both "interarea-filter" and "external-filter", no success.
Seems to be a bug.

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Create Date: Jun 24 2013 3:22AM

I see. You're filtering on the ABR not the ASBR. I would recommend contacting TAC to test the behavior.
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