Our corporation consists of over 24 sister companies all able to route to each other thru our parent company. Each of the 24 companies has a T1 to the parent in a hub/spoke configuration. The routing is provided via EIGRP on Cisco routers and of the 24 companies each has a dozen class C private IP networks. Many of the companies have subnetted their class C addresses to accommodate small networks that connect to them via VPN on broadband. These small networks are able to route traffic to the sister company to which they connect (VPN tunnel terminates) but are unable to route that traffic beyond the sister company. This has recently become an issue when one of the small networks via VPN at one sister company needed to access resources at another but the traffic from this network was not able to route past the sister company which it connects. We believe the issue is that the EIGRP tables do not have the routing information of the small network on the VPN connection. Is there a change that can be done on the EIGRP configuration at that sister company which will propagate to the others allowing routing to the small networks on the VPN connections?
Thank you for any help.
router eigrp x
redistribute static metric 1 1 1 1 1
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