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Eigrp Problems

Hi!

We are experiencing problem in our eigrp-routed network. A problem we have is that we get the following output from the the following command:

show ip eigrp topology active

via x.x.x.x (Infinity/Infinity), rs, q, FastEthernet2/0, serno 22190897, anchored

I am not able to find out what "anchored" means, do any of you guys know? (I am not able to find this message on CCO)

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VIP Purple

Re: Eigrp Problems

Hello,

no idea what anchored means, but I think you have a route stuck-in-active.

Check out this link for ways to resolve SIAs:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/tech/tk365/tk207/technologies_tech_note09186a008010f016.shtml

Regards,

Georg

Gold

Re: Eigrp Problems

Anchored applies to the way the data structure is handled internally; it means the set of neighbors this particular topology table entry needs to be sent to (as a query, since this route is active), has been determined, and the thread of entries is "anchored." It doesn't imply much in a running network, it's still just an active route.

:-)

Russ.W

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