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Redistributing Routes based on TAGS

Hi,

I have a bunch of static routes I am RD'ing into OSPF and marking with a tag of 123

I want to then RD these routes ( only routes marked with tag 123) into EIGRP.

Can I achieve this with a route-map and a command in my EIGRP statement?

 

I'll start with

route-map RD-123 permit 10
match tag 123

 

Do I then need to deny everything else with another sequence number?

Can I achieve what I am trying to do above?

Thanks

 

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Hi, yes, you can do that.If

Hi,

 

yes, you can do that.

If you redistribute your static routes to OSFP tagging with 123 on one router, you can then configure on another router:

router eigrp x

redistribute ospf y route-map RD-123

uisng your route-map suggested in your original post. You deon't need any deny entry in the route-map.

You can even use

redistribute ospf y match external 2 route-map RD-123

to be safer.

 

Best regards,

Milan

 

 

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Matching the tag would

Matching the tag would probably work. I don't think I've done it that way but it should be fine.

Or, you could use a route-map with permit on a match on OSPF type-2 routes and a deny on OSPF internal.

Hi, yes, you can do that.If

Hi,

 

yes, you can do that.

If you redistribute your static routes to OSFP tagging with 123 on one router, you can then configure on another router:

router eigrp x

redistribute ospf y route-map RD-123

uisng your route-map suggested in your original post. You deon't need any deny entry in the route-map.

You can even use

redistribute ospf y match external 2 route-map RD-123

to be safer.

 

Best regards,

Milan

 

 

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