This is route redistibution.   I have BGP, EIGRP Named, EIGRP, OSPFv3 and OSPF.   IPv4 and IPv6.    6 BGP Autonomous Systems.   OSPF has areas 0,1 and 2.   I can TFTP to my Ubuntu server for command

sh run | redirect tftp://[fd00:192:168:1::x]/iosv1_ShRun.txt as an example.  [    ]  allows TFTP to use IPv6.   I will be posting it to my web site soon.  It will take a while to get all 19 devices on the web page.   I am also going to break it down into the 5 protocols.

sh run
sh ip int br
sh ipv6 int br
sh ip route
sh ipv6 route

sh bgp all

OSPF and EIGRP:   I will do topology, database, and neighbors were applicable. is

I am going to strip this down and use it as my base for VRF and other things.   I am taking my Fortinet 60E firewall and doing DHCPv6 for the entire interface my servers and workstation is on.   I added IPv6 to my workstation and one Ubuntu server so far. 

19 nodes will take a while to place on this page.  

Check out the metrics for the BGP routers.  I took to the iosv number x 1000 for its default metric for fun.  I wanted to see the effects of doing it.  

BGP: 1, 2, 3, 9, 13, and 14

OSPFv3: 2, 4, 7, and 8

RIPng: 9, 10, 11, and 12

OSPF: 13, 15, 16, and 17

EIGRP: 14, 18, and 19

EIGRP Named (AS 20): 3, 5 and 6