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External default route in an OSPF NSSA area

We all know that you have to use the default-information originate router configuration command if you want to advertise an external default route into an OSPF domain ... unless the router from which you want to advertise the default route resides in an NSSA area. The default-information originate command does not work within an NSSA area.

Read the full article in the CT3 wiki.

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