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Router adding a new network

Currently we have a cisco router G that connects our network A to another network B.  These two networks are running  eigrp (subnet . The problem is that now we need to add a new network C  (subnet to the router G, but we don't want this new network C to see network B. We only want network A to see network C. Also network C runs under ospf.  Can this be done
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Henk van AchterbergCommented:
There are serveral options how to solve this problem.

You can run route-maps on EIGRP so you control which networks are filtered out.


This way you can control what networks are begin sent to your neighbors.

Another option is to run another routing protocol, like OSPF or run a different AS number for EIGRP.

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