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    OSPF Database

    The OSPF Database import supports Cisco, Juniper Networks, and Alcatel-Lucent and accepts a file with output from the following commands. In case more than one commands are mandatory, combine the outputs in the same file.


    Cisco IOS


    • show ip ospf database router (mandatory)
    • show ip ospf database network (mandatory)
    • show ip ospf database opaque-area (optional for RSVP TE information)
    • show ip ospf database summary (optional to create virtual link between ABR and node in another area -- Only available in text mode using -igpsummary)

    Cisco IOS-XR


    • show ospf database router (mandatory)
    • show ospf database network (mandatory)
    • show ospf database opaque-area (optional for RSVP TE information)
    • show ospf database summary (optional to create virtual link between ABR and node in another area -- Only available in text mode using -igpsummary)

    Juniper Networks Junos OS


    • show ospf database extensive (includes both ospf and TE)

    Alcatel-Lucent


    • show router ospf database detail (mandatory)
    • show router ospf opaque-database detail (optional for RSVP TE information)

    Options


    • DNS Lookup or /etc/hosts Lookup: Use the text mode -igpdns flag
    • Import Multiple Files: Use the text mode -ospfdir flag instead of -ospf
    • Only Import Links of Specified Area: -igparea <a.b.c.d> : If specified, only bblink with the specified area are reported, and the igpsummary are disabled.</a.b.c.d>

    Modified: 2016-11-08