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Currently we have a cisco router G that connects our network A to another network B.  These two networks are running  eigrp (subnet 10.0.0.0) . The problem is that now we need to add a new network C  (subnet 192.168.1.0/24) 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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There are serveral options how to solve this problem.

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

http://www.net-gyver.com/?p=1108

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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