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Static Routes not Redistributing - EIGRP

I'm trying to RD some static routes from my Core L3 switch to a router on the same Ethernet Segment. Diagram attached. They have formed an adjacency no problem.

On my core I basically don't want it learning anything, only want it to RD its statics. I have setup route maps to deny networks I don't want it to learn and also one for RD'ing my statics.

I have added a tag 406 to all of my statics on the core and using this to match within my route-map.

On my core switch (3750) -

router eigrp 100

distribute-list route-map EIGRP-IN in Vlan1      ----> This is denying routes I don't want to learn.

network 172.27.4.1 0.0.0.0

redistribute static route-map STATIC-TO-EIGRP    ----> this is RD'ing my statics which have a tag 406 set.

eigrp stub connected summary

!

route-map STATIC-TO-EIGRP permit 5

match tag 406

!

route-map EIGRP-IN deny 10

match ip address prefix-list 70

Any reason as to why my statics are not being sent out from the Core?

Thanks

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Purple

Static Routes not Redistributing - EIGRP

Hi,

router eigrp 100

eigrp stub connected static summary

Regards

Alain

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Purple

Static Routes not Redistributing - EIGRP

Hi,

router eigrp 100

eigrp stub connected static summary

Regards

Alain

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Bronze

Static Routes not Redistributing - EIGRP

That worked Alain.. thanks!

What exactly does that command do in the background?

Also - with the IOS that I'm running on the Core switch and the -

eigrp stub connected summary default command

Does this mean I can not advertise route sthat I have learnt from another source?

Purple

Static Routes not Redistributing - EIGRP

Hi,

This command is used on stub routers(non transit routers) for limiting the query domain when a route goes into active state on another router,your router will tell the other that it is a stub and so that you shouldn't query it for aroute path when the successor route is lost and there is no feasible successor.

With eigrp stub connected summary you are a stub and you will advertise only connected routes corresponding to a network command and any summary route but not redistributed static routes.

Regards

Alain

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