So, I am going through my BSCI book and I have a question about EIGRP..
Dual acts basically on bandwidth and delay, and from what I can find on the internet, bandwidth and delay are passed in the update packets.. My question is, where is the bandwidth and delay for each route stored? Nothing I can find says that bandwidth and delay are stored in the topology table. Everything shows that the Feasible Distance and Advertised Distances are store there, but that seems to be about it.
So, where does a neighbor store these values so that they can be reannounced to the next neighbor?
Any help would be appreciated..
I believe that the values for bandwidth and delay are stored in the topology table. If you do a show ip eigrp topology for some subnet in your table it will include in the display output the particular bandwidth and delay vavlues for this prefix.