You should use "dialer-list" command in your configuration to trigger BRI interface for forwarding EIGRP packets. If it is present, can you check your interesting traffic definitions? Posting some part of the configuration may be useful..
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For these situations you might better configure a so-called "floating static route". This is a static route with a higher administrative distance than the EIGRP-derived route. When EIGRP drops dead, it floats to the surface and you remain connected.
EIGRP is not forwarded over ISDN while you have not added the keyword "broadcast" in the dialer map statement or because your dialer map or interface access-list blocks them. As EIGRP updates are multicasts, they are not sent over a dialer interface by default and an access-list in your dialer map like: permit ip 10.0.0.0/8 to 10.0.0.0/8 will also block them.
The effect of changing this can be that your ISDN line will remain up constantly. You may not want to do this to happen.
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