I need to redistribute BGP into EIGRP and vise versa. I did it in my lab and seems like I am seeing EIGRP routes in the BGP table but I don’t see BGP routes in my EIGRP table.
Can anybody provide some info about that kind of redistribution? I already have redistributed OSPF and BGP in the same way in my production network and I didn’t face this problem. Also, I researched Internet and I couldn’t find clear example (a doc) with mutual redistribution between BGP in EIGRP and vise versa. Is it straight forward like OSPF and BGP and I am missing something or there is a tricky part that I don’t know about.
Here is my topology:
R1 is EIGRP speaker only with R2
R2 is speaking EIGRP to R1 and EBGP to R3
R3 is speaking EBGP to both – R2 and R4
R4 is speaking EIGRP to R5 and EBGP to R3
R5 is speaking EIGRP only with R4
I don’t see EIGRP routes coming from R5 on R1 and vise versa
However I see them on all BGP only routers (R2,R3,R4), seems like BGP doesn’t redistribute into EIGRP its routes by some reason.
I configured a loopback interface on R3 and advertized the IP add with network command in BGP and I see this route on both EIGRP routers (R1,R5).
Probably I am missing something. Please help… would you please point me to a doc with an example?
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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