We have a connection to a carrier who has dual routers connected to our network. One acts as failover. We don't have access to these routes but we learn routes to their networks from it. I think they redistribute routes into our network.
The problem is they say the HSRP address is 172.22.152.50, i see routes advertised as coming from 172.22.152.51. Should I be seeing RIP routes learned from the HSRP address?
Routers don't exchange routes using the HSRP address. They use the physical interface address instead. So what you are seeing is correct - RIP routes showing the next hop address as the IP address of the physical interface.
HSRP is really for end stations(servers/hosts/switch management etc.).
you will learn your RIP routes from the interface address of your carrier router, which is speaking RIP. So if you look in your routing table, you should see the interface address as nexthop and not the hsrp address.
try to elaborate more the problem, and provide us with a schem .(where rip is used, do you use a static routing or a dynamic routing between you and the carrier..., do you have another exit to internet with adifferent ISP, are u unsing BGP for that, may be they are using your network as a transit network to the internet if your mBGP is not tuned....)
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