On Mon, 20 Oct 2008, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> This showed the cause, I think. When I brought up eth0:1, the
> router-id changed to the new IP address, even though it had
> previously used the IP address of eth1 as the router ID.
>> Specifying a router-id in ospfd.conf seems to have sorted it
>> Is it best practice to hard-code a router-id in ospfd.conf?
It's goodish practice to avoid surprises, yes.
However, the problem you describe has been fixed by having the
'zebra' daemon choose a stable router-ID and supply it to the
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