Question of the Day: July 26, 2009

Q: What is required for the command "default-information originate" to work?

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<For the router to advertise itself as a default route to the other routers, it must have its own default route configured statically or learned dynamically. Adding the keyword "always" will force the router to advertise itself as a default route even if there is no default route learned by the advertising router.

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