So we have two border routers with VRF inside of it.
in global routing we have EIGRP 195 and it has BGP Connections also. in VRF (named BRANCH) we have also eigrp 195, we have tunnels to our branch offices and they are getting default route from VRF (named BRANCH) Eigrp 195.
From one router we have one tunnel to branch office. so Primary and backup.
Currently everything works but we want to make reconfiguration like this :
We are changing from ASA to checkpoint and we want to have OSPF routing. I want to have VRF EIGRP 195 with branches, then want to redistribute that total VRF EIGRP Routes into OSPF which will be visible for checkpoint also.
If i am doing redistribution for Primary VRF Instance it works but i am redistributing Secondary VRF EIGRP 195 into ospf then routes are getting crazier.
1) Where is the ASA? Is it being replaced with Checkpoint? If yes, is "no passive-interface GigabitEthernet0/0/2.200" command still needed on OSPF connecting to Checkpoint? Do you need to replace it with different interface?
2) You mentioned that you are getting routes flapping between the two VRFs; which two VRFs?
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