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  1. Hi,
    Please help me with below query:

    what is the difference between “distribute list out” and “distribute list in” during redistruibution ?

  2. Hello Pradeep!

    In order to filter type 5 LSAs we must use the “out” keyword when implementing a distribute-list. The “out” keyword indicates that we are filtering LSA type 5, and thus we are filtering routes that are redistributed from external sources. Whereas the “in” keyword is used when we want to remove a route from from the routing table.

    I hope this was helpful!

    Laz

  3. Hi Elliot,

    Just in case I checked it but it’s working fine for me.

    I added my configurations to the lesson (at the bottom) in case you want to double check.

    Rene

  4. HI Rene ,

    Does GNS3 support for type - 5 LSA filtering ? I did this for 3 time as it is still its not working for me so can you make sure whether GNS3 support for Type-5 LSA filtering or not ?

    I am sure that i am not wrong in confutation as i have checked my config 3 times

  5. Hello Aniket

    As far as I know, GNS3 has no limitations on Type-5 filtering. It should function correctly. Take a look at this Cisco support thread to see if you have any issues similar to this:

    https://learningnetwork.cisco.com/thread/91165

    I hope this has been helpful!

    Laz

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