I need to implement EIGRP authentication between routers and I have a document called "Configuring EIGRP" which has one page called 'Route Authentication Example'.
Is there a more thorough document describing this, one that explains all the different parameters?
In the one I have it just gives the router config examle with no explaination of the 'accept-lifetime', 'send-lifetime' statements. When I use this config in a lab, routing breaks and I have no way to know why. I need to know if I even need the 'accept-lifetime' or 'send-lifetime' statements, if they are optional, what they mean, etc.
Here is the example given that offers no explaination as to why the time and date were given:
Key chain holly
accept-lifetime 04:00:00 Dec 4 1996 indinite
send-lifetime 04:00:00 Dec 4 1996 04:48:00 Dec 4 1996
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