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What do the "o" and "oe" flags stand for in "show iproute" output?

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TitleWhat do the "o" and "oe" flags stand for in "show iproute" output?
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What do the "o" and "oe" flags stand for in "show iproute" output?
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The OSPF (o) and OSPFAsExt (oe) flags are not in use at the moment. They have been further sub divided to specifically indicate the type of internal (OSPF Inter and Intra) or external (OSPF Ext1 and Ext2) OSPF routes that have been learnt.
Additional notes
OSPF (o): This denotes an learnt ospf route. It is the flag for OSPF used generally.
 
OSPFAsExt (oe): This denotes a route that originates external to the OSPF Autonomous System (AS). I believe this has been subdivided into OSPF External Type 1 (o1) and OSPF External Type 2 (o2).

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