Is there a way to limit what advertisements are being sent to an EIGRP neighbor? The scenario is as follows.
We are using EIGRP for dynamic routing between branches and home office. At the home office there is a connection going to a 3rd party company that also needs to use EIGRP as their equipment is onsite and accessible to both us and the 3rd party vendor. We want to limit at our equipment what advertisements are being sent to the 3rd Party vendor. Is this possible via EIGRP and if so what would be an example configuration? I believe policy-maps would work but I am unclear as to how I would limit only to that neighbor vs all neighbors. Any help would be great. Thanks in advance.
Apologize for the late response, I was out due to my daughter being born. However this did exactly what I wanted to do. We ended up going a slightly different command set on our Nexus 9Ks however that got us where we needed to be. Thanks a ton.
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