OSPF Export Rules Tab
- Network > Virtual Router > OSPF > Export Rules
The following table describes the fields to export OSPF routes:
OSPF – Export Rules Settings
Allow Redistribute Default Route
Select to permit redistribution of default routes through OSPF.
Select the name of a redistribution profile. The value must be an IP subnet or valid redistribution profile name.
New Path Type
Choose the metric type to apply.
Specify a tag for the matched route that has a 32-bit value.
(Optional) Specify the route metric to be associated with the exported route and used for path selection (range is 1-65,535).
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