Routes redistributed from BGP to EIGRP (Can they be redistributed as 90?)
I have a situation where routes are learned by BGP on a router1, router1
redistributes them into eigrp (as distance 170 external ), and sends them to router 2 via eigrp 170.
router2 redistributes those same routes into rip (i know it's a mess), and router 2 sends them rip to router 3 via router2's interface 1, router 3 sends them back to router2 via rip on router2's interface 2, and now router2 is getting a route to the subnet via router3 (120), which it prefers over the 170 which it originally got from router1. (Classic routing loop)
I know how to work around this with access lists , (we actually worked around it with static routes from router1 to the subnets, which it redistributes as 90's into EIGRP ), but my only question is:
Isn't there a way to tell router 2 to treat the 170's that it's receiving from router 1 as 90's, or to tell router 1 to redistribute from BGP into EIGRP, and send the
redistributed eigrp update's out as 90's?
(Static routes are preventing us from doing link backup).
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