I've attached a pic of what I found off the web. Its the same exact same setup that we have. What I'm trying to get around is BGP routes getting preferred over internal EIGRP routes between CE1 and CE2. We are going to be doing mutal redistribution on both CE1 and CE2 and I know the routers will prefer BGP (redistributed EIGRP routes) since that AD will be 20. I've read on the BGP backdoor and that solution sounds great except the fact that we have 50 or some subnets at each location. Having to add 50 network statements just doesn't seem like a good solution. I thought about modifying the AD of internal EIGRP routes to 15. Seeing if anyone else has done something similar to this.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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