Situation:3845 router with multiple Virtual Tunnel Interfaces facing the Internet and two Interfaces facing a PIX firewall.
Need: Routes to certain tunnels must be available from the PIX via a specific interface (one of the two).
Question: Can a route map be used with the outbound LSAs to specify the next hop that the PIX knows about ? In other words, I want to run a route map on the 3845 that sets the "ip next-hop" that is advertised into OSPF.
For example, the PIX would then know that network 10.0.0.0 /24 is available via interface G0 on the 3845 router and network 22.214.171.124/24 is available via interface G1 on the 3845 router.
Note that I can make this happen by running 2 OSPF processes on the PIX and the router, but I would prefer to do it with route maps. Both interfaces on the 3845 router can be in the same area or different areas, whichever is necessary to make this thing work.
Bottom line, can route maps with the set ip next-hop command be used to control the information that an OSPF participant receives?