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Suppress/unsuppress OSPF packets from being sent or received over the specified interface.

Syntax: [no] passive-interface [pos bay/slot/port | ethernet 0 | loopback identifier | composite-link name | aggregate-link identifier | gbe bay/slot/port | vlan bay/slot/port.vlanid]

aggregate-link identifier

Specifies an aggregate-link interface

composite-link identifier

Specifies a composite link interface.

ethernet 0

Specifies the single ethernet interface.

gbe bay/slot/port

Specifies a Gigabit Ethernet interface.

loopback identifier

Specifies the loopback interface.

pos bay/slot/port

Specifies a POS interface.

vlan bay/slot/port.vlanid

Specifies a VLAN interface.

Description: A passive interface in OSPF is one which does not send or receive OSPF routing traffic.

Use the passive-interface interface-identifier command to enable passive interface behavior on the specified interface.

Use the no passive-interface interface-identifier command to disable passive interface behavior on the specified interface.

Factory Default: No passive interfaces configured.

Command Mode: Router configuration.

Example 1: In the following example:

router(config)#router ospf 100

router(config-router)#)#passive-interface pos 1/5/1



Related Commands: router ospf


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