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2016:nsrc-tein-lernet:ospf [2016/03/14 04:55]
philip [Dynamic Routing with OSPFv2 & OSPFv3]
2016:nsrc-tein-lernet:ospf [2016/03/14 04:57] (current)
philip [Dropping packets for networks that are not in use]
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   100.68.X.0/​24   100.68.X.0/​24
   172.2X.0.0/​16   172.2X.0.0/​16
 +  2001:​DB8:​X::/​48
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 we should never forward packets to the Core router unless we have learnt a route for a subnet. For example, what should we do with a packet addressed to **100.68.X.67**?​ we should never forward packets to the Core router unless we have learnt a route for a subnet. For example, what should we do with a packet addressed to **100.68.X.67**?​
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   ip route 100.68.X.0 255.255.255.0 Null0   ip route 100.68.X.0 255.255.255.0 Null0
   ip route 172.2X.0.0 255.255.0.0 Null0   ip route 172.2X.0.0 255.255.0.0 Null0
 +  ipv6 route 2001:​DB8:​X::/​48 Null0
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 The more specific routes we learn on the Border router via OSPF make sure that only traffic for networks that are in use are sent to the Core router. The more specific routes we learn on the Border router via OSPF make sure that only traffic for networks that are in use are sent to the Core router.
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