I have over 150 sites using the same (basic) configuration in 1600 series routers. They all connect back to a 3640 via point-to-point frame relay. All routers have EIGRP enabled with the same AS and advertising the ethernet network (10.0.0.0). All subintfaces are unnumbered using E0 for an IP address. One site is giving me headaches! If I define static routes on both ends, I can ping/telnet to each other. But neither side shows up in the EIGRP table. No EIGRP traffic is received on the 1600 side. Hello's are being sent but none received. All interfaces are UP/UP. On the 3640 end, the other 150+ sites are not having a problem. I have replaced the 1600 as well as the cable. I also had the carrier (ATT) check the circuit. No errors on both sides.
Before adding static routes, was the neighbor relationship properly formed, with hellos properly exchanged..?? What is the reason for adding static routes, if you are already running EIGRP between the sites ?
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