For your scenario the path with the higher local pref will be installed in the routing table althogh its ibgp.
if a router recieves the same prefix from 2 neighbors 1 from ibgp and the other from ebgp
the router will compare them with the bgp path selection algorithm
the one that wins will be installed in the routing table with the admin distance of the kind of route it is so if the ibgp route won the path selection you will see in the routing table the admin distance of 200,if the ebgp route won you'll see 20 in the admin distance.
so remember the ibgp/ebgp comparision is the 9th in the path selection algorithm so an ibgp route can win the path selection by (local pref weight....)
and if the ibgp won then you'll see the ibgp admin dstance in your routing tables.
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