1) Redistributing static into EIGRP.
- Get interfaces configured
- Add a default static route pointing to null0 on R2
- Redistribute static into EIGRP and notice that R3 now uses R2 as default gateway.
2) ip default-network
- R2 loopback 1 with the default gateway
- R2 loopback 2 with an extra network just to test
- R2 ip default-network 220.127.116.11 command
- R2 eigrp 100 to send 18.104.22.168 advertisement.
- Notice that in R3 22.214.171.124/8 appears with a *
- Notice that R3 can ping 126.96.36.199 (lo on R2) by using a default route.
3) Summary address
- ip summary-address eigrp <ASN> 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 <ad|leak-map>
- Notice that in R3 there is just a default and no other specific routes.
- Notice that in R2 a summary route was created pointing to null0
- Context help and notice leak-map.
- Leak-map are similar to route-maps and you can configure a subset of routes that are leaked via summary-addresses.
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