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eigrp stub network command

I have many stub networks and decided to use the "eigrp stub connected" command. I am set with no auto summary and ip classless also. My question is: why do is still still a complete listing of routes when I do a "show ip route". I did a "clear ip route *" and i still see all the routes. Any ideas?? Also I am running ios 12.1.4.

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Bronze

Re: eigrp stub network command

Hi

I do not exactly know what this stub command will do and how the routing table

should look. but i found you a link about eigrp stub....hope that helps you.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/iosswrel/ps1829/products_feature_guide09186a0080087026.html#xtocid11

Roger

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Re: eigrp stub network command

Yes, i have read that article but it does not explain why i am still seeing a total route list. Good article though. Thanks!!

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