OSPF Reliable Conditional Default Routing

Can anyone explain to me the answer with the PLACEHOLDER prefix list and the match ip address for the route-map?

That makes no sense to me because

A - my default route I assume is supposed to be not a specific to

B - all I need to do is track that default route with the SLA/Track and I'm golden

I think (don't recall exactly) that the 169.254's were on the old WB4 - did they take this lab and not clean it up?   Otherwise my answer works so I'm sticking with it :)

all the same ipsla and tracking state - just instaed of what they got

ip route Null0 track 2 (tracking ipsla 1 which is my ping)
and under router ospf 1
default-information originate



  • JoeMJoeM ✭✭✭

    Hi Whiskey,

    It does look like your answer is good, and it is about as short as can be done.

    Just note the use of the route-map method.   Kind of a brain-teaser with an extra turn, but it does work.



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