EIGRP broadcasting into BGP

I have EIGRP and BGP set up in the same network.

EIGRP is used for my Tunnels between buildings.

BGP is used for the MPLS we have with our ISP.

I only want our phone traffic going out the MPLS and I only have the phone subnets as a network in the BGP configuration.

EIGRP does all of my data subnets.  I only have the data subnets listed in the EIGRP coniguration.

Problem is somehow EIGRP is being picked up by BGP.

I have looked all over google to come up with a solution to stop this from happening.  I have been unsuccessful in all my attempts at a list to stop this from occuring.

Can someone give me some examples or explain to me what might need to be done to prevent BGP from grabbing the local subnets?
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considerscsAsked:
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naderzCommented:
What do you mean by: "...somehow EIGRP is being picked up by BGP"? Are you redistributing EIGRP into BGP?

Can you post scrubbed configuration?
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CCIE25035Commented:
//Problem is somehow EIGRP is being picked up by BGP. //

without redistribution from EIGRP to BGP or without manually defined a network statement in BGP, BGP wont pickup EIGRP routes..

Can you post your config please..

Thanks
Karuppuchamy CCIE#25035
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LibipappachenCommented:
Hi,

  It may be the network statement and auto-summary configuration in BGP causing this problem.
For verifying, can we have the running configurations?

BR,
Libi
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considerscsAuthor Commented:
Sorry for the late response - labor day had me thinking of anything but work.

See the scrubbed config attached.
jeff-scrubbed-config.txt
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naderzCommented:
Here is the issue:

router bgp 65000
 redistribute connected

What network do you want BGP to advertize, and to which neighbours? If you remove the redistribute statement, then BGP will only advertize network 10.32.95.0 mask 255.255.255.0 to its neighbour at 10.10.10.22.

By the way, how does the router get to network 10.32.95.0 mask 255.255.255.0? Which interface? If that network is not directly connected and not learned thru EIGRP, then you need a static route to direct the router.
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naderzCommented:
Here is the issue:

router bgp 65000
 redistribute connected

What network do you want BGP to advertize, and to which neighbours? If you remove the redistribute statement, then BGP will only advertize network 10.32.95.0 mask 255.255.255.0 to its neighbour at 10.10.10.22.

By the way, how does the router get to network 10.32.95.0 mask 255.255.255.0? Which interface? If that network is not directly connected and not learned thru EIGRP, then you need a static route to direct the router.
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considerscsAuthor Commented:
I have a static route directing it to the neighbor 10.10.10.22.

I only want it to advertise to the MPLS which is the 10.10.10.22.

All other routes need to use the main internet connection.
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considerscsAuthor Commented:
Thanks that did it
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