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Why is there a priority option for OSPF AS-External routes when they are broken out into ASE type 1 and ASE type 2 as well?

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TitleWhy is there a priority option for OSPF AS-External routes when they are broken out into ASE type 1 and ASE type 2 as well?
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Why is there a priority option for OSPF AS-External routes when they are broken out into ASE type 1 and ASE type 2 as well?
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  • EXOS All
  • OSPF
Answer
Because there is an origin option for AS-External (as a whole), there must be a priority option for it. However, EXOS breaks all OSPF AS-External routes down into type 1 and type 2 for route origin, so this overall AS-External route origin is never used.
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