I would also agree. Putting the Bri0 interface as a passive interface would keep the line from coming up from routing updates from exiting the interface.Using passive interfaces in EIGRP will suppress incoming and outgoing routing updates on that interface, along with Hello messages. The bad thing about this is you will lose your neighbor relationship with the connected router on the bri0 interface.
Since they are connected, you should still have a route pointing to the connected router out of the bri0 port. If not you can use a static ip route.
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