Using Packet Tracer, I'm trying to ping hosts across a simple eigrp but attempts fail. Hosts can ping their respective routers and one host (PC10) can ping a third (PC11) through ripv2 with no difficulty. I'm including the .pkt for reference. Specifically, PC10 cannot ping PC12 across Router_2 and Router_3.
I guess the interface connecting R2 and R3 is configured with different ip subnet ranges, where it lacks with eigrp[ formation between the routers. Please check and make neccessary change to make it work.
Mind you, it allowed me to discover there was no adjacency being made because the serial interfaces were on different subnets (172.26.x.x vs 172.27.x.x). Having set them to 172.27.1.1/24 (R2) and 172.27.1.2/24 (R3), adjacencies were formed but...
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