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Use CNA 5.1 to set up EIGRP routing

Could anyone describe how to accomplish the attached before and after diagram using CNA 5.1 instead of the CLI?

Steps we have tried are:

- define router ports on both ends using Smartports macros and set native VLAN to default(1)(Should portfast be on or off?)

- assign IP addresses to those interfaces

- turn on routing on both ends and add attached networks in EIGRP tab

???

Thanks

  • LAN Switching and Routing
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Re: Use CNA 5.1 to set up EIGRP routing

Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is a Layer 2 protocol that runs on bridges and switches. So you don't need to worry about configuring STP features since you are using ports on the switches as layer 3 routed ports.

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