This command enables IPv4 route redistribution into IS-IS for direct, static, BGP, RIP, or OSPF routes.
|area_name||Specifies the IS-IS router process that receives the exported routes.|
|ipv4||Specifies that the redistributed routes are for use in IPv4 IS-IS routing.|
|route-type||Selects the type of route for export. The valid route types are: bgp, direct, e-bgp, i-bgp, ospf, ospf-extern1, ospf-extern2, ospf-inter, ospf-intra, rip, and static.|
|policy||Specifies a policy that controls how routes are redistributed into IS-IS.|
|mvalue||Specifies a metric to assign to the routes exported to IS-IS. The range is 0 to 4261412864.|
|metric-type [internal | external]||Specifies a metric type, which is internal or external, to assign to the routes exported to IS-IS.|
|level [1 | 2 | both-1-and-2]||Limits the use of redistributed routes to level 1, level 2, or both.|
All types are disabled.
If wide metrics are enabled, redistributed routes are included in the Extended IP Reachability TLV in LSPs. If wide metrics are not enabled, redistributed routes are added to IP External Reachability TLV in LSPs. For policies, the nlri match attribute is supported, and the cost, cost-type internal, permit, and deny set attributes are supported.
The following command exports RIP routes to IS-IS and assigns the internal metric type and metric value 5 to the redistributed routes:
enable isis area areax export rip metric 5 metric-type internal
This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 12.1.
This command is available on platforms with a Core or Premier license as described in the ExtremeXOS 32.2 Feature License Requirements document.