Thanks for the reply. Won't this redistribute all the static routes of my router into EIGRP? What can I do to only redistribute the default route?
Also, if for example ospf is also running between the two routers, will a default route being redistributed into eigrp and propagated to neighbour will take place of OSPF default route, that has been generated by "default-information-orignate" in ospf configuration and I can see it on my second router with *E2?
This is a good way to do it because you suppress all routes. Make sure you put admin distance on summary statement or you could black hole traffic. Summary route has admin distance of 5, if you are learning a default from some other source for the upstream traffic dynamically, you could send traffic to null 0. I always put a 250 just to make sure:
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