RIP advertisements

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Feb 2nd, 2009
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There is a Cisco router 3 Ethernet interfaces connected to 3 different IP networks for instance , and I do not want to run RIP on all three interfaces and I want network updated to every other interface and all routes coming in and I do not want routes coming in via to be sent to and vice-versa.

In summary I do not want routes coming over A not to be advertised to B and route advertisements sourced at B not to be advertised at A. I would like to advertise routes reachable via C to A and B and routes reachable via A to C and routes reachable via B to C.


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Istvan_Rabai Mon, 02/02/2009 - 21:40
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Hi Krishnan,

You can use distribute-lists to filter out the desired routes advertised on specific interfaces.

Another possible solution is to use offset-lists to change the metric of some selected routes to 16 (infinite).

The receiving routers will treat those routes as unusable and those will not appear in the routing tables.

You can find usage guide-lines and config examples for both the distribute-lists and offset-lists under the given url.




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