I have a question about how to influence the routes learned from a specific EIGRP neighbour.
We have one multi-access vlan with 2 core switches and 2 routers. Switch A and Switch B have the same routes (shared VLANs). Router A and Router B have also the same routes, but different networks.
Router A and Switch A should have default EIGRP settings but routes learned from Router B or Switch B should be less attractive (influenced).
I am stuck how to do this.I have tried looking at distance, distribute-lists and route-maps but cannot get an EIGRP only solution to make this work. Can anybody give me some pointers how to solve this?
I think you might change the interface bandwidth connected to router B , and make it lower than BW connected to switch A , this should trigger the EIGRP metric and prefer the switch A side, instead of Router B or SW B.
Bandwidth interface won't affect your Original BW.
> I think also apply Route-map on the interfaces connected to SWB , Router B that increase the metric learned by those interfaces which will make these routes less attractive.
Eigrp delay is calculated with all the interfaces delay in the eigrp path, so this means you can manipulate an upstream rtr on the B network to provide a less proffered route if this is applicable to your toplology
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