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Route Map redistribution with EIGRP

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What does the command:

"Router EIGRP 1000

redistribute static route-map ROUTEMAPNAME


route-map ROUTEMAPNAME permit 10

match ip add 100


access-list 100 permit ip 10.32.100.0 0.0.0.255 any


what is this route-map really filtering or allowing for redistribution? thanks

Correct Answer by Richard Burts about 10 years 7 months ago

Borman


the route map can be used with redistribution to control what routes are being redistributed. there might be many static routes present on the router and only a few (or perhaps only 1) are desired to be redistributed into the dynamic routing protocol. The route map matches with an access list and routes that are permitted in the access list are redistributed. Static routes that are not permitted in the access list are not redistributed.


In my experience most route maps controlling redistribution use standard access lists instead of extended access lists as your route map does. Your route map will permit redistribution only of static routes of 10.32.100.0 (or of subnets of 10.32.100.0).


HTH


Rick

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Collin Clark Tue, 01/02/2007 - 14:24
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Any routes that are statically defined on the router and are in the range of 10.32.0.0/24 are added into the EIGRP routing process.


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Richard Burts Tue, 01/02/2007 - 14:25
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Borman


the route map can be used with redistribution to control what routes are being redistributed. there might be many static routes present on the router and only a few (or perhaps only 1) are desired to be redistributed into the dynamic routing protocol. The route map matches with an access list and routes that are permitted in the access list are redistributed. Static routes that are not permitted in the access list are not redistributed.


In my experience most route maps controlling redistribution use standard access lists instead of extended access lists as your route map does. Your route map will permit redistribution only of static routes of 10.32.100.0 (or of subnets of 10.32.100.0).


HTH


Rick

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