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How to Cisco Route-MAP Loopback IPA into OSPF.

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Cannot Route-MAP Loopback IPA into OSPF.

Setting static routes I'm able to ping from a PC to IP Address (IPA) 192.168.100.7.  I would like to have IPA 192.168.100.7 distributed via OSPF to illminate static routes.

I've attempted to use Extended ACL but have failed.
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