Fairly simple question (not for me, however). We have a headend router connected via FR in a hub-n-spoke fashion. There are approx. 15 remote routers also connected into the FR net. The default routing protocol is RIP v1, although all interfaces are sending and receiving RIP v1 and v2 (not sure why just yet, as there are no other commands showing any specific tuning to get v2 attributes working for efficiency). Just as a point of note, all of the remote sites are running RIP v1 by default, but some are using a "redistribute connected" in their config. Again, not sure why just yet, but need to investigate separately.
Here's my question...finally....
I was asked to help migrate the entire WAN from RIP (v1/v2) to a 100% EIGRP network. Is there a preferred plan of attack, such as migrating slowly with route redistribution mechanisms or simple enabling EIGRP as a routing protocol across all participating routers and then disabling RIP altogether?
Please advise!!! ))