[bdNOG] Redistributed static routes of different ADs through EIGRP

Mirza Rakib mmrakib at gmail.com
Mon Dec 23 15:32:44 BDT 2013

Hi Ronjue Vai,

Actually i want to make a redundancy(active/standby) between to WAN. Say
WAN A is running EIGRP AS 100 and WAN B is running AS 200. We do not want
to integrate the WAN A and WAN B using any dynamic protocol. Right now, we
have one interface between two WAN with static route. We want to implement
another interface also with static route. Note that we do not want
active/active. We need active/standby solution without any dynamic routing.

Mirza Rakib

On Mon, Dec 23, 2013 at 3:02 PM, Ronjue Ahmed <ronjue_kuet at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Hello dear concern
> Please be informed that, EIGRP has the ability to differentiate routes
> coming from different sources (other routing protocol like ospf, rip, bgp
> and even static).
> EIGRP has two type of routes,
>  1. internal route (AD value 90),
>  2. External route (AD value 170).
> So, when ever we try to redistribute any route into eigrp, eigrp consider
> it as external route and assign AD vale 170 and advertise it to other eigrp
> neighbors. As long as you will try to redistribute static route through
> EIGRP, you will find the AD value 170 for those routes.
> Advertise routes through same protocol having different AD values does not
> make any sense. Basically one routing protocol one AD value.
> For choosing best route that comes from same protocol, the key parameter
> is metric.
> Thanks.
> F.M. Ronjue Ahmed
>   On Monday, December 23, 2013 2:24 PM, Mirza Rakib <mmrakib at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>  Hi Fellow,
> I am trying to redistribute static route with different administrative
> distance(AD). For example at Route1 I have configure a static route with
> default  AD and in another Router2 configured a static route with AD 20.
> We want to redistribute the static routes through EIGRP, so that a remote
> router learn the two routes with different Ads. However, we found the
> default EIGRP static redistributed AD 170.
> *Router1:*
> ip route static
> *Router2:*
> ip route static 20
> *At access router I found: *
> D EX [170/3072] via, 00:59:48, GigabitEthernet2/0
>                           [170/3072] via, 00:59:48,
> GigabitEthernet1/0
> Please suggest, how can we obtained the redistributed static routes with
> different ADs.
> Mirza Rakib
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