You can explicitly configure each dynamic routing protocol to redistribute routes for
advertised virtual addresses, to ensure that other routers on the network learn these routes. For
purposes of redistribution, the dynamic routing protocols consider any route generated through
Route Health Injection (RHI) to be a host route.
For all dynamic routing protocols, you must configure route redistribution for IPv4 addresses separately from that of IPv6 addresses.
This example shows an entry in the OSPF configuration. When you add this statement to the OSPF
configuration, the BIG-IP system redistributes the route for the virtual address.
You can optionally specify a
reference that specifies the route map to
use for filtering routes prior to redistribution. For example:
redistribute kernel route-map external-out
Route maps provide an extremely flexible mechanism for fine-tuning redistribution of routes using the dynamic routing protocols.