Our 150 remote routers were all stubbed in our FR hub/spoke network. Now we've migrated 16 over to Metro E/fully meshed network and they are still stubbed. We've kept the FR connections for a backup to the Metro E. The Cisco document "EIGRP Stub Routing" lists the following under Restrictions: "A stub router should not have any EIGRP neighbors other than distribution routers. Ignoring this restriction will cause undesirable behavior." Can someone elaborate on the "undersirable behavior" and whether routers in a fully-meshed Metro E should be stubbed. ATT our Metro E service provided said we should not be stubbed. AK
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