in your topology you can use R3 as the RR and either R4 or R2 as a RR-client with the command neighbor x.x.x.x route-reflector-client.
Let's suppose R2 is a RR-client then when R3 receives an iBGP update from R2(client) it will reflect to R4( non-client) and when it receives an iBGP update from R4(non-client) it will reflect to R2(client) due to iBGP route-reflection rules.
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