I've got 2 routers (RT1 and RT2) on a remote site. These are primary and backup (virtual ip...).
I've got a third router (RTA) who's on the local site.
RT1 has fe 10.10.10.0
RT1 has fe 10.10.20.0
On RT1 and RT2, i do the same natting (10.10.10.x).
The traffic goes normally always through RT1, and if RT1 is down, through RT2.
So when RT1 is down, i should have a second route for 10.10.10.0 towards RT2.
On RT2, i've put now:
router eigrp 1
redistribute static route-map flt-static
no passive-interface Tunnel0
no passive-interface Tunnel1
offset-list flt-static out 20 Tunnel0
offset-list flt-static out 20 Tunnel1
distribute-list flt-eigrp-eth0-out out Ethernet0
distribute-list flt-eigrp-eth0-in in Ethernet0
distribute-list flt-eigrp-tu0-in in Tunnel0
distribute-list flt-eigrp-tu1-in in Tunnel1
ip access-list standard flt-static
permit 10.10.10.0 0.0.0.127
permit 10.10.20.0 0.0.0.127
So i supposed that i would see on RTA the 10.10.20.0 with a higher metric.
But only the 10.10.10.0 is routed towards RT1.
Any idea what i'm missing?