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EIGRP METRIC.

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What will be the EIGRP metric that the Router B advertises to Router A for the networks 1.0.0.0( Loop back on Router B) and 10.0.0.0(B-C Faster ethernet connection)

Krishna

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EIGRP METRIC.

Assuming they are in the same AS it will be 90. If not it would be 170 for external EIGRP learned route.

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EIGRP METRIC.

Joshua,

I asked for the EIGRP metric; not the AD value.

Krishna

Re: EIGRP METRIC.

Hello,

     You can check it yourself.

RouterB#show ip eigrp topology all-links

     You will see FD is "XXX".   XXX is a metric that is advertised to RouterA.

HTH,

Toshi

Re: EIGRP METRIC.

Hi Krishna

Below is the formulas

FD=256* (( 10^7/Lowest BW along path in Kbps) + ( Cumulative Delay in microsec/10) )

So, if you using fast ethernet then put that in the Lowest BW and lets say your delay on the interface is 10us.

and you can calculate the result

HTH

Kishore

EIGRP METRIC.

Hi,

Here is another formula to caliculate metric.

metric=256*(k1*BW+(k2*BW/256-load)+k3*delay)*k5/(reliability+k4)


Also as suggested above, you can find that in the topology table.

#sh ip eigrp topology all-links
P 0.0.0.0/0, 0 successors, FD is Inaccessible, serno 0
        via 10.50.70.1 (258816/256256), FastEthernet0/0

Kishore, please check your private message brothere and can you reply to my message.



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