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possible with route tags?

I have R5 and R6 redistributing the 150.50.1.0 network from BGP into EIGRP. R1, R3, R4, and R10 are not running BGP. R4 and R10 both have mutual redistribution. R4 wants to sent packets destined for 150.50.1.0 to R1. I see that R4 is choosing this route because R10 is advertising it via OSPF after being redistributed from EIGRP. Can this problem be solved with route tags? I have attached a picture of my network. Please help...

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possible with route tags?

Hello,

This problem should not be solved with help of tag. It should be solved manipulating the administrative distance. On R4 you have 2 routes for this prefix:  OSPF route to that network with AD 110 (seems it looping through EIGRP-> R10 -> R3 ->R4) and EIGRP external route ith AD 170 (which was redistributed from BGP) w. In this case you need to trust EIGRP route so you need to lower the distance for it down to e.g. 100. You can do it with "distance" command under EIGRP process.

Nik

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