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Set EIGRP to passive

Posted By:

derek.small

Posted Date:

Jul 30, 2008

Category:

Routing

Version:

1.0

License:

Cisco-Style BSD

Summary:

Set all inactive EIGRP interfaces to passive mode.

Script Modified Date:

Jul 30, 2008

Cisco IOS Version tested:

12.4T

Cisco Products Tested:

2800s, 3800s

Environment Variables used:

None.

Rating Count:

1

Average Rating:

4

File Size:

1.4 KB

Script Info URL:

This TCL script will set each EIGRP process to "passive-interface  default", and then set each interface that had active EIGRP peers on it,  to "no passive-interface <interface>".    This will leave all  interfaces that did not have active EIGRP peers on it in passive mode,  and leave the router with passive mode as the default, for all EIGRP  processes.    This will cause all EIGRP peers to reset, since the first  command you have to enter is "passive-interface default", but even if  your remote sessions dies, the script will continue to run.    Just  paste to enable prompt.

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