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  • 12-23-2013 9:04 AM In reply to

    Re: Lab 1 4.9 Advanced Redistribution Workbook III | Solved

    Checking this in the morning does not work.Late at night looked ok Big Smile

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  • 12-22-2014 12:26 PM In reply to

    Re: Lab 1 4.9 Advanced Redistribution Workbook III | Solved



    Even though the SG is 50% right/wrong, here' the right answer without breaking the task rules.


    1) Set the RIP metric to 1 when redistributing OSPF  to RIP

    2) Perform all configuration on R5


    Here's my solution.

    1) ip access-list st R4_RID



    2)  route-map R4_RID_FILTER deny 10

        match ip route-source R4_RID

        match route-type external

        route-map R4_RID_FILTER pe 20

        router ospf 1

        distribute-list route-map R4_RID in


    However only this solution prompts R4 to learn R1's loopback via R5's OSPF peer which has a better AD 110 than RIP 120, this is another loop.

    To solve this we need to configure on R5.

        router ospf 1

        summary-address not-advertise

    • Post Points: 5
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