Why tagged EIGRP routes arent propagated?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Frozer, Aug 4, 2005.

  1. Frozer

    Frozer Guest


    I have following scheme:

    Router1 has two EIGRP AS - 100 and 1000
    Switch_L3 same
    Router2 same
    Router3 only EIGRP AS 1000

    Switch_L3 is a distrubution point for network with following:
    router eigrp 1000
    redistribute eigrp 100 route-map to-eigrp1000
    route-map to-eigrp1000 deny 10
    match tag 1000
    route-map to-eigrp1000 permit 20
    set tag 100

    - "sh ip eigrp 1000 topology" said (on Switch_L3):
    P, 1 successors, FD is 2447360, tag is 100
    via Redistributed (2447360/0)

    - Also "sh ip eigrp 1000 topology" said (on Router1 and Router2):
    P, 0 successors, FD is Inaccessible, tag is 100
    via (2449920/2447360), FastEthernet0/0

    But "sh ip eigrp 1000 topology" on Router3 return only untagged routes.
    I cant find any information on cisco.com about any similar situation,
    so I wrote here. Any ideas?
    Frozer, Aug 4, 2005
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  2. Frozer

    Merv Guest

    Start by determining why "FD is Inaccessible" is showing for the EIGRP
    topology entry for route

    To see more detail for the topo entry, display and post the output of
    sh ip eigrp topo
    Merv, Aug 5, 2005
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  3. Frozer

    Frozer Guest

    Yes, this is a unsinchronized entry after "clear ip eigrp 100
    neighbors" command, there is no more "FD is Inaccessible" entries
    after some hours.

    But question is still here: Router_3 cant get the whole routing table
    from Router_2. Also, I made another connection from Router_1 to
    Router_3, but situation is similar.
    Frozer, Aug 8, 2005
  4. Frozer

    Tinu Guest


    I once had problems with redistribution between EIGRP processes which
    were solved by assigning one of this processes a different default

    Maybe this helps in your case too...

    Router(config)# router eigrp xxx
    Router(router-config)# distance eigrp 91 171

    Good luck,
    Tinu, Aug 8, 2005
  5. Frozer

    Frozer Guest

    Thanks, Martin - your idea about distances, I re-read documentation
    about EIGRP and found similar situation, it describes intersection
    between two or more routes with different AS, but pointed to same
    Look, Router_2 has two AS 1000 and 100, so it has routes in routing
    table for outside (AS100) networks. Also it get same routes from
    AS1000, which pointed to Switch_L3, BUT It can transmit routing table
    to Router_3 _without_ its own routes (it;s right). So I made
    redistribution from AS100 on Router_2 to AS 1000 via "route-map" and
    Router_3 got right routes. Everything work fine.

    Best Regards, Den.
    Frozer, Aug 9, 2005
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