I have stub routing configured for some of our remote routers. One of the perks of stub routing is that you don't have to have a full route table at the remote router. All you need is a default route to the distribution router. I have not found a way to do this yet. Does anyone have an answer?
To summarize, I want to distribute a default route to my eigrp stub router.
Thanks in advance.
Option 2 doesn't assume the existence of a default route.
The reason i needed to check the docs was that an "ip summary-address eigrp.." installs a local route on the router you have used the command on
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Null0
This route has an AD value of 5 which is better than internal EIGRP - AD 90 and external EIGRP AD 170. If the same router was already receving a default route from somewhere else this route pointing to Null0 with an AD of 5 would be better and so all traffic would be blackholed.
However if you don't have a default route you should be fine as there will always be a longer match.
Yes, your remote router should only have locally connected plus a default route.