Have peered (BGP) two of my internal routers through my firewalls to our main extranet provider (at two different sites within my network). The aim is to move to a more dynamic routing setup to incorporate a DR/BC approach (availability - tick in the box).
Peering is all working but I have quite a lot of additional routes (well over 700) however these can be summarised to 5 networks. I was hoping the provider would do this for me but having no joy with them at the moment.
What I would like to do is to summarise these routes and redistribute them into my internal routing protocol (EIGRP).
I was thinking of redistributing with a route-map which points to an ip prefix-list with these 5 subnets. Is this a good way of doing it? I have sequenced the list so I can add to it if I ever need too in the future.
The internal routers are on a stick so only have one interface to work with.
It seems messy, is there a better way to do it?