In the final section of this chapter we are going to be looking at how to troubleshoot basic route redistribution issues when using EIGRP. In order to effectively troubleshoot redistribution issues, you must have a solid understanding of how redistribution into EIGRP works. By default, when external routing information is redistributed into EIGRP, the external routes are assigned a default metric of infinity. The only three exceptions to this rule are:
- When redistributing between two EIGRP autonomous systems
- When redistributing static routes into EIGRP
- When redistributing connected interfaces (subnets) into EIGRP
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