Can someone shed light on this...
3 routers: A (Corporate), B (Branch), C (Branch)
A - EIGRP w/ redistribute static & connected
B - EIGRP w/ redistribute connected
C - EIGRP w/ redistribute connected
A is connected to B and C through MLPPP. Site A and B have their own ISP. Only A currently has a 'ip route 0.0.0.0/0' static route.
--- B --- ISP
ISP --- A |
--- C --- ISP
If a default route is placed at site B how will B be able to communicate to A or C LAN network as static route has administrative distance value 1 and EIGRP is higher?
Do I have to put static routes to site A and C network in site B router? This doesn't seem right. What am I missing here?