On 06/11/06, Sachin Mishra wrote:
> Suppose we create a new route entry in route Table and the status
> is notInService. What will be effect of this? Will this update
> routeTable?


I would expect this to update the routing table information cached within
the agent, but not to touch the underlying routing subsystem.

> The sub-agent has the information stored with it and it will
> be passed to routeTable only when the entry becomes active?


Exactly.

> If someone is querying the route table from CLI, should he get access
> to this entry?


No. Probably not.
I'd expect this new entry to *only* be visible via SNMP requests.

Dave

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