Without redistribution between RIP and IGRP no RIP routes will be advertised and the same for RIP and EIGRP. To advertise RIP routes to IGRP and vica versa you need two-way redistribution (it can cause routing loops, if you don't use distribution list).
EIGRP and IGRP automatically redistribute each other if the AS number are same.
I don't know that is there any reason to use so many kind of routing protocols, since with different types of routing protocols your network become more complex and finaly you will not able to handle it.
This network is for study purposes only and conveniently located in my bedroom :) However, I had a problem with the redistributed RIP routes being advertised to the EIGRP domain (spotted with 'debug ip rip' on the 3550).
I put 'passive interface' on to remove these advertisements.
I reckon the complexity of the config on the 3550 has led to some instability.
1- Deal with connected route which are protocol enabled interface.i.e. if you configure rip with network 184.108.40.206 than interface E0 with ip address 220.127.116.11 will be rip enabled and try to for neighbor on that interface.
2- Full routing table will never be published untill and unless it passes the protocol process in all protocol. like in RIP hop count 16 is unreachable so untill it checks all the route in the routing table for this condition it will never publish it in RIP.
if it publish all routing table than you don't need redistribution right which will put the network in taos. it can create a loop as well.say for example static route which are always there in the routing table but you always need to redistribute them into routing protocol "explicitly"
even interfaces which are not routing protocol enabled " does not belongs to ip address range given in network command" will have to be redistributed with redistribute connected command right which again makes the routing protocol more administrator friendly.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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