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simple eigrp question

i have two four routers interconnected each other, each has has redundant link to other. if i use eigrp as the routing protocol, can redundancy be acheived? ie., if one of the router/or link down, eigrp will use the alternate path.

please advise.

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New Member

Re: simple eigrp question

sorry i meant four routers, (not "two four" routers).

New Member

Re: simple eigrp question

Hello

plz add more info how the routers connected togathers serial/ethernet/fibers,a u know each of this links have its own cost

10xs

New Member

Re: simple eigrp question

the two upstream routers are 3825, the two downstreams are Cat 6513. they all are ethernet gig connections. (using layer 3 port on the 6513s).

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Re: simple eigrp question

Yes, redundancy will be achieved automatically.

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