There are several steps that happen when you make an interface active in EIGRP.
- when you configure an EIGRP network statement (configuring a mask on the network statement is optional) EIGRP evaluates the network statement (what network/subnet does it include) and scans all of the active interfaces looking for all interfaces that are included within that network statement.
- EIGRP becomes active on those interfaces.
- EIGRP sends hello messages on all interfaces which have become active.
- EIGRP listens for hello messages on the interfaces which have become active.
- when EIGRP receives an EIGRP hello on one of these interface it checks for several conditions: is the neighbor in the same EIGRP AS; is the neighbor source address in the same subnet of this interface.
- if the parameters in the EIGRP hello message are compatible then the neighbor process is initiated which will lead the neighbors to share their routing information and to become active neighbors.
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