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IPX EIGRP

can any tell me the IPX eigrp configuration? currently i am using IP EIGRP, but i wanted to the IPX EIGRP, bcoz we are additional added Novell server in out network. thanks in advance.

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Re: IPX EIGRP

Here is a good start:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/tech/tk870/tk451/tk374/technologies_tech_note09186a00800947a5.shtml

You begin with 'ipx router eigrp x' where x is the system number.

Then you add networks you wish to route for with 'network xxx' where xxx is the IPX network address.

Keep in mind that configuring IPX EIGRP does not disable IPX RIP for a given network. Without disabling IPX RIP routing for network added to IPX EIGRP you will have both routing protocols running at the same time.

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Thanks,

Brad

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Re: IPX EIGRP

Here is a good start:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/customer/tech/tk870/tk451/tk374/technologies_tech_note09186a00800947a5.shtml

You begin with 'ipx router eigrp x' where x is the system number.

Then you add networks you wish to route for with 'network xxx' where xxx is the IPX network address.

Keep in mind that configuring IPX EIGRP does not disable IPX RIP for a given network. Without disabling IPX RIP routing for network added to IPX EIGRP you will have both routing protocols running at the same time.

Please rate this post.

Thanks,

Brad

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