Can anyone tell me why I get different results when I redistribute static routes (learned through BGP) into EIGRP. I am filtering two external routes, one at a time, but the downstream router only shows the expected result on one route (AD=170) but not the other.
It is difficult to explain so I have attached the drawing and configurations and the results.
I am sure it is quite straight forward, but I simply cannot get both routes to redistribute the same. One works - the other does not.
A couple of thing I see but I am unclear how this can happen with the configurations you posted.
In your show route file the main difference between the 2 is that 192.168.250.0/24 is a EIGRP external route which means it was more than likely redistibuted in. The 192.168.1.212/30 route is a EIGRP internal route.
Looking at your configs I cannot really see how either of these happen since the provided config show s a static for 192.168.1.212 and it should be redistributed as a static and therefore be a exteral.
I cannot see how this gets in as a internal route.
The other issue is when you redistribute the BGP into EIGRP you did not specify a metric. Unless this was changed when you do this you get nothing redistributed. That does not explain how you got it into the table as a external in your sample since it must have come from someplace. Maybe you have a default EIGRP metric that you did not put in your posts.
The reason 192.168.1.212/30 is seen as an EIGRP internal route is that the static route is configured with a physical interface as the next hop and that you have a network statement covering this prefix under the EIGRP processon Taos.
The same does not happen with 192.168.250.0/24 since there is no network statement on under the EIGRP process on Taos for this prefix. It is then redistributed via the "redistributed static" command.
Hope this helps,
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