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EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

Howdy Experts!

am working with a NEW Environment needs Mutual Redistribution from EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca;with route-maps and Tag Route.I need explanation about these issue or a useful link that describe the above..

10xs for ur Help...

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Re: EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

Hi

Attached is a link that covers redistribution among different routing protocols and problems that may arise.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_tech_note09186a008009487e.shtml

HTH

Jon

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Re: EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

Hi Jon;10xs for ur reply!

but this Link not enough do clear the above Post!

10xs

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Re: EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

Hi,

this is in addition to above link..

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_tech_note09186a008047915d.shtml

may this will help you.

rgrds,

Re: EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

hi ali,

how are you? see you again after long time...

look at this link this might be helpfull to you: http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/105/redist.html

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios122/122cgcr/fipr_c/ipcprt2/1cfindep.htm

hope this will help you

regards

Devang

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Re: EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

Hi All!

10xs for all ur replys!Still am Not understand where & When we use rout-map with Tag,to tag Special Routes

10xs Again

Re: EIGRP 2 OSPF and vise verca

hi ali,

route maps are very useful in policy routing like...

let me give you one example...

router---- routerB

A ---- routerC

here router A is connected to both router B and router c... there is one hostP is connected with router A ethernet interface...

now think of it host a is generating the Telnet and FTP traffice now you want to let your Telnet traffic should pass trhough router B and your FTP traffice should pass through router C... here this cannot be achive by normal routing here you wanted to send two different TCP traffic from different path not on the same path...

now here using access list and rout map you can do it...

first of all in route map you are matching the FTP and Telnet traffic with the help of TCP port number and then you are set the next hop appropriately... in our case next hop for FTP traffic is router C and for telnet router B...

same thing is usefull in Quality of Service configuration ... by matching the appropriate traffic you apply the marking the traffic with IP precedance value...

i hope this will clear you...

if you want any more help then just let us know

thanks and regards

Devang

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