EIGRP and BGP

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Jul 13th, 2010
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Here is the scenario


Internal network is BGP


Conection1   --- MPLS Internal Network  -------  T1 ------- [My router  BGP     EIGRP AS 200  NAT  My router]   --------- Ethernet------- [ Vendor router AS 200]


Connection2    --- MPLS Internal Network  -------  T1 ------- [My router  BGP     EIGRP AS 200  NAT  My router]   --------- Ethernet------- [ Vendor router AS 200]


I plan on configuring EIGRP on My router to adversise NAT subnets to Vendor network and my vendor to receive two destinations routes from vendor.


Vendor destinations 192.168.100.1/24  192.168.200.1/24


Question:  Since I have receiving the routes in EIGRP.  Do I just need to place a network statement in BGP to adverstise the routes to my Internal Network?


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thomuff Tue, 07/13/2010 - 13:38
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I have found out that I will have to redistribute the

destination routes into BGP since there is not a static route or that is terminatinng on that router.

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