you can control what routes be redistributed into your EIGRP instance from BGP, with route-maps.
you select the routes you want or you dont want to be redistributed with prefix-lists, then using route-maps you call those prefix-lists and Allow or deny them. then you apply the route-map while configuring the redistribution.
example, if i dont want network 172.16.55.0/24 and 126.96.36.199/26 to be redistributed into my EIGRP:
Soroush - thanks for the explanation. A few questions. on the prefix-list its permit and it gets denied on the route map, is that correct ? Also, is route-map BGP_EIGRP permit 20 to permit all other routes ?
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