This is the default option for Ethernet, VE and Loopback interfaces. The non-broadcast option configures the network type as a non-broadcast connection. This allows you to configure the interface to send OSPF traffic to its neighbor as unicast packets rather than multicast packets. set interfaces loopback lo address set protocols ospf area 0 network set protocols ospf log-adjacency-changes set protocols ospf parameters router-id set protocols ospf redistribute connected metric-type 2 set protocols ospf redistribute connected route-map CONNECT What we expect to happen in a totally not-so-stubby-area is that we WILL NOT be getting all the summary LSAs, just a default route. However we will also redistribute networks with type 7 LSAs into OSPF. These type 7 LSAs DO cross area border routers. That means in Area 1 and 0 we expect to see a type 7 LSA for the redistributed network into OSPF.

This article describes how to enable OSPF and configure an OSPF network. For information on configuring OSPF filter policies, refer to KB16617 - SRX Getting Started - Configure Routing Policy to export Local, Static and Direct routes for OSPF. For other topics, go to the SRX Getting Started main page.