I'm preparing a environment where my firewall will create a tunnel to a remote site that I normall access via our WAN, but want to access via a tunnel when that wan connection is down. When my firewall redistributed its static route to 10.10.1.0/24 (the network reachable via the WAN under normal circumstances) via the tunnel(Internet) into eigrp, and then eigrp communicated that to the my wan router, it should have come over with an admin distance of 170 on the wan router. Meanwhile, the hbg wan router should have had a route to 10.10.1.0/24 via eBGP with an admin distance of 20. What happened is my wan router started routing traffic for 10.10.1.0/24 via the firewall instead of the WAN. Why did it choose the eigrp learned route? Is an IGP route preferred over an eBGP route despite the difference in admin distance?