How to automatically remove invalid injected route?
I have a question in regards to route redistriubtion. For example:
Router A has enabled BGP and EIGRP, and its EIGRP neighbour is Router B. Now Router A redistriubte BGP learned route to EIGRP process, Say, one of the BGP learned route is called Redistribute_BGP. Then, Router B learned the Redistribute_BGP from EIGRP and put it into its routing protocol.
OK, now, Router A's BGP session is broken and lost its BGP learned routes. However, Router B still has the Redistribute_BGP in its routing table. My question is how to get this Redistribute_BGP route removed from Router B's routing table after Router A lose its BGP routes. Is there any "trigger"? or workarounds? Thanks.
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