> After 2-3 hours jobs ospfd (but not always, some day sometimes works) stops
> correctly to work and produces in log file:
> OSPF: Route[External]: Calculate AS-external-LSA to 126.96.36.199/29
> OSPF: Route[External]: Can't find originating ASBR route
> And so for all paths. I can give what information when there will occur such
> moment. Four Cisco-router in same network is normal work.
After upgrading Linux kernel from 2.2.16 to 2.2.19 my ospfd has similar
behaviour (a little while after started). The route is droped and usualy after
one or more hellos reinstated. I tried latest cvs, doesnt help. I would like
to correct this, but I dont have enough knowlege about ospf to do it myself,
any help or hints are wellcome.
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