- Redistribute Eigrp Into Ospf
- Cisco Eigrp Redistribute Static Metric
- Cisco Asa Eigrp Redistribute Static Route-map
Redistribute static route-map metricmod to make these changes. Of course this removes all the routes from the routing table and will cause an outage. Whereas Solution 1 will not cause a routing tables to change and thus not cause an impact to services. Advertised by eigrp 1 route-map PermittoRedistribute bgp 65006 Routing Descriptor Blocks:. 192.168.5.218 Route metric is 0, traffic share count is 1 DT-RT-TRX-01#sh ip route 172.30.240.70 Routing entry for 172.30.240.70/32 Known via 'static', distance 1, metric 0 Redistributing via eigrp 1, bgp 65006 Advertised by eigrp 1 route-map Tasa-Teco. Advertised by eigrp 1 route-map PermittoRedistribute bgp 65006 Routing Descriptor Blocks:. 192.168.5.218 Route metric is 0, traffic share count is 1 DT-RT-TRX-01#sh ip route 172.30.240.70 Routing entry for 172.30.240.70/32 Known via 'static', distance 1, metric 0 Redistributing via eigrp 1, bgp 65006 Advertised by eigrp 1 route-map Tasa-Teco.
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I’ve followed your Reverse Route Injection article and its not working? This email dropped in my mailbox a while back As it turns out the article I had written was for OSPF, and this chap was using EIGRP. So I ran it up with EIGRP as well to test.
Heres my topology, I want to inject the route for the remote site, into my internal EIGRP routing table.
Assuming EIGRP is already setup between the ASA and the LAN (i.e. Core Switch).
Also assuming you already have a site to site VPN established and working.
Show the Cryptomap, then add the RRI.
Create a ‘Prefix-List’ for the routes to inject (i.e the remote LAN at the other end of the VPN tunnel).
Create a ‘route-map’ to inject your prefix-list.
With the tunnel up check your internal routing table;
Update: As pointed out by Steve Housego
You’ve missed the route-map off the re-distribute command,
router eigrp 20
redistribute static route-map RM-VPN-ROUTES
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A Common way to get routes into routing protocols is through static route redistribution. This lab will discuss and demonstrate the configuration and verification of static route redistribution.
Real World Application & Core Knowledge
The most common way to advertise a default route into a routing protocol is via static distribution. What this does is that the router will take the static routes and translate them into the dynamic routing protocol so that way they can be advertised to neighbors whereas static routes by themselves are locally significant only.
When advertising a default route via static redistribution you have the ability to dynamically control something that is static. Also keep in mind you can control which default routes to advertise via a floating static route which would be useful when advertising a default route to a router which has internet connectivity.
When redistributing static routes you have the ability to manipulate which static routes you want to redistribute into a dynamic routing protocol using what is called a route-map. Static redistribution is the same process for any dynamic routing protocol and all dynamic routing protocols rather it be RIP, EIGRP or OSPF, all use the same commands to redistribute the static routes into the routing process.
To configure static redistribution you’ll use the redistribute static metric metric# whereas the metric is a statically configured metric which is assigned to the redistributed route(s). Keep in mind each dynamic routing protocol has a different type of metric. RIP uses hop counts, EIGRP uses K Values (bandwidth, load, delay, reliability and mtu), OSPF uses a cost based metric. With this in mind, the configuration for static route redistribution into a dynamic routing protocol will be different based on the routing protocol you’re redistributing into.
In this lab you will configure a static default route on R1 and redistribute that route into RIP.
Familiarize yourself with the following new command(s);
|redistribute static metric metric#||This command is executed in router configuration mode rather it be RIP, EIGRP or OSPF to redistribute local static routes into the dynamic routing process to be dynamically advertised. The metric is configured differently on a per routing protocol basis.|
The following logical topology shown below is used in this lab;
Redistribute Eigrp Into Ospf
- If you are using GNS3 than load the Free CCNA Workbook GNS3 topology than start devices; R1, R2, R3, R4, and R5
- Establish a console session with devices R1, R2, R3, R4, and R5 than load the initial configurations provided below by copying the config from the textbox and pasting it into the respected routers console.