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Routing question...

Hello,

I want to redistribute an individual static route. I don't want to redistribute all static routes I have on my router. I believe i need to use the "redistribute static route-map" command but am not entirely sure of the correct syntax. I also believe I have to first create the route-map and populate the individual route into it... once again I need some assitance on that. :)

Any help would be appreciated...

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Re: Routing question...

HI William, [Pls Rate if HELPS]

Considering for a Scenario, having the EIGRP as the Protocol:

router eigrp 873

redistribute connected route-map eigrp

network xxx.xxx.xxx.xx 0.0.0.3

neighbor xxx.xxx.xxx.xx FastEthernet0/0.873

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Create an Extended ACL:

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ip access-list extended eigrp

permit ip host xxx.xxx.xxx.xx any

permit ip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx 0.0.0.7 any

Create an Route-MAP & Match the Extended ACL:

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route-map eigrp permit 10

match ip address eigrp

Hope I am Informative.

Pls RATE if HELPS

Best Regards,

Guru Prasad R

New Member

Re: Routing question...

Hello Thanks for the reply...

I didn't mention but the protocol is OSPF

New Member

Re: Routing question...

One other question...

Do you see any issue with the address that is being routed being a public IP?

Basically I am routing an individual public IP across my private network and out a different gateway :)

Re: Routing question...

HI William, [Pls RATE if HELPS]

Doesn't matter, irrespective of Protocol but the Configuration style is same.

/32 Public Address can be routed very well to a different Gateway.

Pls RATE if HELPS

Best Regards,

Guru Prasad R

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Re: Routing question...

Guru

Using an extended access list for a route map to control redistribution makes it unnecessarily complicated. The same result can be acheived in a more simple way using a standard access list rather than an extended access list.

HTH

Rick

Re: Routing question...

Dear Rick,

But "i" feel more easy upon using Extended Access-list, since i have the clear classification to control.... :-)

Thanks for the recommendation, i agree to your POINT.

Thanks, Guru Prasad R

New Member

Re: Routing question...

CREATE A STANDARD ACCESS LIST TO MATCH THE ROUTEE TO BE REACHED .

SET A TAG FOR D ROUTE USING A ROUTE-MAP

AND THEN REDISTRIBUTE STATIC ROUTE WITH THAT TAG SET.

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