Currently I have 2 WAN Routers and I would like to manipulate where if this network A, it will goes to Router A, and network B, it will goes to Router B. Anyway to do this ?
Currently all the routes are thrown to Router A and Router B link is not utilised..
Thanks in advanced.
This information certainly gives us something to work with. Perhaps we need a bit more information. Would I be correct in assuming that both 184.108.40.206/24 and 220.127.116.11/24 are advertised to both routers and that the metric for both networks is better on router A than it is on router B?
Assuming that this is the case then I would suggest that you could achieve what you want by configuring an offset list on router A which will add to the metric of one of the routes and make the other router have a better metric for that destination. It might look something like this:
access-list 10 permit 18.104.22.168 0.0.0.255
offset-list 10 in
You would need to fill in the AS number of your EIGRP, the amount of offset to add to the metric to make the route worse on this router than on the other router, and the interface on which the advertisement is received.