However, with the syntax shown, route redistribution still doesn't work.
The reason is that Network A is using a process ID of 10 for EIGRP, and Network B is using an AS of 20 for IGRP. If we change the IGRP AS of Net- work B from 20 to 10, route redistribution functions correctly. The final syn- tax of RouterB would be as follows:
router eigrp 10
router igrp 10
Notice that no
commands are nec-
essary. Since the AS for both EIGRP and IGRP is now set to 10, redistribu- tion occurs automatically.
Before considering more advanced concepts of route redistribution, we
will examine one final scenario of route summarization. This time, we will be redistributing EIGRP and OSPF.