Redistribution and Route-Maps (part 1)

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This post will be about redistribution and the use of route-maps to influence the redistribution process.

When companies merge, the network has to merge too. Often the networks don’t use the same routing protocols. Sometimes it’s possible to migrate a netwerk from let’s say OSPF to EIGRP, but when the company’s don’t use Cisco only, it’s is hard to migrate.

To tackle this problem it’s is possible to redistribute the OSPF routes into EIGRP and also the other way around. This means that all the routes from OSPF are known in the EIGRP cloud, and al the EIGRP routes are known in the OSPF cloud. Sometimes it is not necessary for the EIGRP cloud to know al the OSPF routes. That’s when route-maps come in. With a route-map it is possible to make sure certain routes will never get to the routing table.

In the next section a configuration example.

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