There is a Cisco router 3 Ethernet interfaces connected to 3 different IP networks for instance 172.18.32.80/29(A) , 172.18.32.72/29(B) and 192.168.1.0/24(C). I do not want to run RIP on all three interfaces and I want 192.168.1.0/24 network updated to every other interface and all routes coming in 172.18.32.80 and 172.18.32.72. I do not want routes coming in via 172.18.32.80 to be sent to 172.18.32.72 and vice-versa.
In summary I do not want routes coming over A not to be advertised to B and route advertisements sourced at B not to be advertised at A. I would like to advertise routes reachable via C to A and B and routes reachable via A to C and routes reachable via B to C.
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