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Redistribution of BGP into IGP ( RIP )

Hi Experts ,

I would like to explain the set-up before putting the doubt across .....

I have two routers lets say .... R1 & R2

R1 is in AS 1 ( Autonomous system no.1 ) which is configured with RIPv1 & BGP

R1 ---- interface details  ---

ether 0/0 --- lan -- 7.7.7.0 /24

loopback 1 - 1.1.1.1 /32

loopback 200 --- 8.8.8.8 / 32

ether 0/1 - connected to R2 ( ether 0/1 )

R2 ( Internal router ) --- which is connected to R1 and configured with RIPv1

R2 - interface details ---

ether 0/1 - connected to R1 ( ether 0/1)

loopback 1 - 2.2.2.2 /32

My requirement is .... redistribution 

and condition is loopback 200 should not be redistributed into IGP it should be into BGP 

I have attached drawing for clarity ..... please suggest me for the same .....

I am not that good in redistribution , if i could get more clarity and configuration details , it would be great....

Thanks in advance

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Re: Redistribution of BGP into IGP ( RIP )

With RIP, you'll need to specify a metric when you do your redistribution. For your requirement, you'll need to create a route-map that specifies your network that you want to deny:

ip prefix-list No200 permit 8.8.8.8/32

route-map No200 deny 10

match ip address prefix No200

route-map No200 permit 20

router rip

redistribute bgp 1 metric 2 route-map No200

HTH,

John

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