Let me suggest an example where there are 3 routers. RouterA connects to RouterB which connects to RouterC. RouterB andRouterC run EIGRP between them. There is not a dynamic routing protocol running between RouterA and RouterB (perhaps RouterA belongs to one company and RouterB and RouterC belong to a different company so you do not want a routing protocol running between the companies). Let us assume that network 18.104.22.168 is connected on RouterA and that RouterB and RouterC need to access network 22.214.171.124. How would you do that? The easy solution is to configure a static route on RouterB so that RouterB now has access. Then you redistribute the static route into EIGRP so that it is advertised to RouterC and now both RouterB and RouterC have access to network 126.96.36.199.
I do not understand your question very well. In my example RouterB knows about 188.8.131.52 because of the static route. We redistribute the static route so that RouterC can learn about 184.108.40.206. So perhaps the answer to your question is traffic entering router b from router c.
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