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eigrp change neighbor metric

Hello

I have in the LAB hub ans spoke NBMA topology 1 hub and 2 spoke

and i was started EIGRP, HUB was push default route to the spokes.

i need some changes only in the HUB side what will be change neighbor metrik only one neighbor

if i change the interface on the HUB ( delay or bandwith ) this will be affect both spokes

i need change metric only in the one spoke

is it possible with EIGRP  ?

i can't found solution

Thank you

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Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: eigrp change neighbor metric

m.govorov wrote:

Hello

I have in the LAB hub ans spoke NBMA topology 1 hub and 2 spoke

and i was started EIGRP, HUB was push default route to the spokes.

i need some changes only in the HUB side what will be change neighbor metrik only one neighbor

if i change the interface on the HUB ( delay or bandwith ) this will be affect both spokes

i need change metric only in the one spoke

is it possible with EIGRP  ?

i can't found solution

Thank you

Yes, you can use an offset-list which allows you to modify the metric on a per interface level -

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/iproute/command/reference/irp_eig2.html#wp1012264

Jon

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Re: eigrp change neighbor metric

Hello

but i have configured frame-relay in the physical interface so if i use offset-list it will change to both spoke

because both spokes was conected to one HUB serial interface

Thank you

Hall of Fame Super Blue

Re: eigrp change neighbor metric

m.govorov wrote:

Hello

but i have configured frame-relay in the physical interface so if i use offset-list it will change to both spoke

because both spokes was conected to one HUB serial interface

Thank you

Ahh, then no you cannot do this. If you need to do this you will need to reconfigure your frame-relay to use subinterfaces and then you can apply the offset-list to the subinterface.

Jon

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