Add support for configuring admin distance for OSPFv3 external routes, without this OSPFv3 would always install

In an OSPFv3 Area Border Router (ABR), area filters may be used to prevent specific prefixes from being announced by an

EOS 4.17.0F adds support for BFD in OSPFv3. BFD provides a faster convergence in scaled deployments where using

TOI 4.17.0F BFD OSPFv3

This feature adds support for making the various OSPFv3 counters accessible via CLI.

A router keeps track of the total number of LSAs for each OSPFv3 instance. The LSA Limit feature provides a mechanism to

CLI Ipv6 OSPFv3 4.26.2F

Configuring OSPF as PE-CE protocol enables us to distinguish between the “real external routes” and intra network routes between the sites that are stretched across VPN.  But the problem arises when VPN sites are in the same area and have a backdoor connection. With OSPFv3 as PE-CE protocol redistribution, CE routers end up getting inter-area routes (assuming the VRFs on the PE devices that connect the CE sites, are configured with the same OSPFv3 domain id) that actually belong to the same area and just happen to be multihomed to the backbone.

This document describes the feature that allows redistribution of DHCPv6 routes into OSPFv3. This

This document describes the feature that allows redistribution of routes from ISIS to OSPFv3 running on a device.

This document describes the feature that allows the redistribution of VRF leaked BGP routes into OSPFv2 and OSPFv3.

VRF Route leaking can be used when routes from one VRF are required in another VRF (e.g. in case of shared services). If VrfLeak Agent is being used to leak routes, the leaked routes (in destination VRF) can be redistributed into IGPs.

EOS 4.17.0F adds support for IPv4 address family in OSPFv3 (multiple address family support) based on RFC5838.

This document describes the OSPFv2 and OSPFv3 feature that allows enabling or disabling the inclusion of LSAs having

This document describes the OSPFv3 feature that allows the setting of “Down” (DN) bit in type-5 and type-7 LSAs. The DN Bit is a loop prevention mechanism implemented when OSPFv3 is used as CE - PE IGP protocol. Its usage in OSPFv3 is explained by RFC4576. By default, OSPFv3 honors the DN-bit in type-3, type-5 or type-7 LSAs in non-default VRFs. 

OSPFv3 EOS 4.30.2F