Cisco Bug: CSCsg41019 - OSPF NSSA ABR send default-route LSA with fw-addr of router
May 15, 2018
- Cisco Carrier Routing System
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None Symptom: A router running 3.2.3 acting as an OSPF ABR for an NSSA area, when announcing a default route into the NSSA area sets the LSA forwarding address to one of its interfaces instead of 0.0.0.0. In an instance where there is more than 1 interface from that router into the NSSA area (load balancing), only one interface will be used by NSSA routers to forward traffic towards. If there is no default-route present in the RIB, the forwarding address is set to 0.0.0.0 which will enable load-balancing. Conditions: This behaviour occurs when there is a default route present in the RIB of the ABR when advertising the default-route into the NSSA area.
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