If I understand you correctly then you are in the process of migrating from RIP to EIGRP and you have already configured EIGRP with AD of 170 in your network.
Now answering your questions:
Can this might cause any problems?
This should not cause any problem as EIGRP routes(with 170 AD)will be sitting idle in routers as long as RIP routes are present with less AD. This won't affect any normal router decision.
What shall i do to face those problems?
Before removing RIP from your network just make sure that all the desired routes are learned by routers through EIGRP. After confirming this, you can proceed for removing RIP and get back to normal EIGRP AD.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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