As previously mentioned rtr26 and 36 are the exit points for 16a in the same AS (IBGP), The Local Pref attribute is used by IBGP peers to set a preferred exit point out of an AS. The way it works is the router with the highest local pref winds and therefore becomes the preffered route.So basically if you set the local pref to higher value at rtr26 it becaomes the preffered path
Try this show ip route 220.127.116.11 and check out the routing output
Also when you have multiple redistribution like you do, make sure you watch your administrative distances. This would also be a cause of suboptimal routing in a situation like this without a mechanism to block routing updates
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