Route redistribution allows routing protocols to exchange routing information about similar routed protocols. This means that, for example, you can redistribute between two different routing protocols routing for IP networks, but between IP and IPX. The router on which redistribution is implemented is referred to as the Autonomous System Boundary Router.
How Route Redistribution Works
The fact that route redistribution allows dissimilar routing protocols to exchange similar routed protocol information often leads to the incorrect conclusion that by enabling or configuring route redistribution, the routing protocols begin to interact with each other to exchange this routing information. However . . .
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