Let’s get an IPv4 default route into EIGRP. There are a few methods to do it. I hate most of them, though. I think it will be obvious which one I like. LOL
For both OSPF and EIGRP routers to become neighbors, their interface’s primary IP address must be on the same subnet. That statement is true. There is a subtle difference between the two, though.
I wanted to do some analysis of the EIGRP topology table last night, so I fired up a small lab. I was especially interested in how external routes appear there and compare to internal entries. Like all good scientific endeavors, the whole thing got derailed when I made a realization.
I passed the ROUTE test today. I don’t know what I’m going to do with my evenings now.
What’s this? More IGP redistribution? Yes. Yes, it is.
Since I didn’t do too well on the test, here are some more notes on IGP redistribution.
I took the ROUTE test today and failed like I usually do. That makes me 3-4 on these P-level tests. I’m not very proud of that statistic.
Your favorite and mine – controlling BGP! Yay! Or something.
Let’s see how Cisco wants us to connect our branch offices to the Enterprise.
Study Questions Your boss says that ever host in the network needs to be converted over to IPv6 by the end of the day. Which of multipoint tunnels, point-to-point tunnels, or native IPv6 would be the most appropriate to use to help with that conversion?…