If no metric is defined, 10 is the default configuration.
The default role is candidate. The default metric is type 2.
Router OSPF Configuration mode.
Specifying a metric with no metric type is equivalent to specifying a metric
with a metric type of 2.
The following example configures not-so-stubby-area 10 as an NSSA.
console(config-router)#area 10 nssa
The following example configures the metric value and type for the default
route advertised into the NSSA and configures the NSSA so that summary
LSAs are not advertised into the NSSA.
Specifies the metric of the default route advertised to the
NSSA. (Range: 1–16777214)
The metric type can be one of the following :
A metric type of nssa-external 1
A metric type of nssa-external 2 (default)
The translator role where role is one of the following :
• always - The router assumes the role of the translator when it
becomes a border router.
• candidate - The router to participate in the translator election
process when it attains border router status.
The period of time that an elected translator continues to
perform its duties after it determines that its translator status
has been deposed by another router. (Range: 0–3600)