If possible to know in ospf which networks are received from a no passive interface?
I wanted to ask your help with one question about OSPF , I had try to find any information but i was not able to found it . I need to know exactly which routes are received from OSPF neighbor
for example: I have a core Switch with has several L3 switches connected and in the same campus (let’s call this campus C) and this core switches also talks ospf with two main campus (A & which received several networks from f others mini campus (D to Z) and all this networks are received on Core switches on the campus C and bellow to the same area 0, I have tried to found an approach to find which network are originated on all the access Switch (l3 Switch) without need to look the route table of all the Access switched connected to the CORES (on Campus C) . I suppose that should be a quick way to do this.
my problem is that I can not trust on all the ospf network on the core due this is connect to other 2 campus and received several network. Maybe there is some way to find this information on the ospf database or maybe knowing the no passive interfaces.
I wanted to do something similar to sho ip bgp neigh x.x.x.x routes but after my research I have not being able to find any similar command, I know that they work very different , I just say it because the input that I expect to find is similar to that command.
Note: these SW are on a production environment and I can not use any configuration or debug I must use SHOWs commands
Thanks For your help