I am having trouble routing one particular subnet. I have no experience in policy-based routing so I'm asking the gurus.
I have 5 cities:
A = 10.110.0.0
B = 10.120.0.0
C = 10.130.0.0
D = 10.140.0.0
E = 10.150.0.0
How do i create some sort of policy-based route that says:
10.A.2.0, 10.B.2.0, 10.C.2.0, 10.D.2.0and 10.E.2.0 to send to one particular router?
At the same time, leave all other routing in place.
Or something else.
How do you stop a particular router from advertising a particular route via EIGRP?
If i could make one router no advertise 10.120.2.0, 10.130.2.0, 10.140.2.0, and 10.150.2.0, from a particular interface, I think it would accomplish this problem also.
I would permit the desired subnets and use a deny at the end of the statement
ip access-list standard PERMIT-SUBNETS-OUT
remark allowed SUBNETS
permit x.x.x.0 0.0.0.255
permit y.y.y.0 0.0.0.255
router eigrp 10
network z.z.z.0 0.0.0.3
distribute-list PERMIT-SUBNETS-OUT out int fa0/0.2