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Redistributing BGP into RIP

I am trying to redistribute some bgp routes into rip.

the configuration for the rip proccess is:

router rip

version 2

timers basic 5 17 17 17

redistribute static metric 5

redistribute bgp 20414 metric 5

passive-interface default

no passive-interface Vlan801

network 10.0.0.0

distribute-list 1 out Vlan801

distribute-list 1 in Vlan801

no auto-summary

ip access-list 1

deny 211.211.202.0 0.0.15.255

permit any

The bgp routes that the router learns via bgp do not get redistributed for some reason.

If I put static entries for the same routes then they do.

Why this behaviour?

thank you,

alban

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Re: Redistributing BGP into RIP

Make sure the BGP routes you are tring to redistrubute are EBGP routes. Also be sure the routes are in the routing table. It will not redistribute routes that are only in the bgp internal routing table.

Community Member

Re: Redistributing BGP into RIP

The routes are both in the routing table and BGP internal routing table.

What exaclty do you mean by:

"Make sure the BGP routes you are tring to redistrubute are EBGP routes"

thank you,

Alban

Community Member

Re: Redistributing BGP into RIP

The bgp routes are internal

bgp redistribute-internal shold do it right?

(with the proper care of course)

thank you

Alban

Gold

Re: Redistributing BGP into RIP

Yes that is how you get it to redistribute IBGP routes.

The main reason for this is to avoid routing loops but you will be fine as long as you are only redistributing in a single direction.

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Re: Redistributing BGP into RIP

thank you

Alban

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