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  1. Hi Sascha,

    That’s right, this tutorial is just an overview of redistribution but I didn’t show the full config. Here’s the configuration example for those 3 routers:

    You don’t have to use “redistribute connected” in this example. The /24 network has been advertised in EIGRP so it will be redistributed into RIP. The /24 network has been advertised in RIP so it will be redistributed into EIGRP. If we don’t use the “network” command for these networks then you’ll have to use redistribute connected.

    Oh and also be careful not to forget the seed metric…RIP and EIGRP require it or the metric will be infinite.


  2. Hi Lazaros,
    When we do redistribution from Eigrp to OSPF vice versa, which exactly routes are advertised, the best routes in routing table it self OR all routes of EIGRP (or OSPF) before comparing the Admin Distance between different Protocols in routing table.?

  3. Lazaros,
    Many thanks for your usual support

  4. Hello Subbu

    Yes you are correct, that should read “and advertise it to R1.” not R3.

    I will let @ReneMolenaar know to change it.

    Thanks very much!


  5. Thanks for letting me know, just fixed this typo.

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