I have two routers and two MPLS WAN links at all locations running EIGRP with a single AS to both WAN providers and when a link failure occurs on one of the WAN links traffic would failover to the other link within seconds. And now recently I moved one of the WAN links at all locations to a new MPLS WAN provider and I am running eBGP with this new WAN provider, so today on one router I am running both EIGRP and eBGP and EIGRP only on the other router and on the router that runs both EIGRP/BGP I am redistributing BGP into EIGRP and under BGP I am using network statements advertising the local networks to my BGP peer and all seems to be working fine except when WAN link on the router that runs EIGRP only fails, it takes a good 90 seconds for traffic to failover where as before when I have both routers running EIGRP only to both WAN providers failover was a lot faster within 30 seconds versus now 90 seconds more less.
Can someone tell me if this is a normal behavior ?
Thank you in advance !! I appreciate any inputs/suggestions !!!!