I am trying to understand this behavior.
I have an EIGRP router that receives eigrp external route (redistributed from BGP). Lets says 192.168.100.0/24. This route gets advertised further to other eigrp neighbors. However, if I add a static route entry for the same destination, there is no more an advertisement to its neighbors via eigrp.
One possible explanation is that EIGRP behaves as a distant vector as well. is this the distance vector behavior i.e., it builds the routing table and than forwards the advertisement based on the route in the routing table? I thought only RIP did that.
Thanks in advance.