D 18.104.22.168 [90/138752] via 192.168.1.2, 00:00:02, Ethernet0/0
In bold, I understand 90 is the AD and the "138752" is the metric, but I thought the metric was what the neighbor router was reporting back to this router as its distance to the destination. Is that not the case? I can change bandwidth or delay and this metric changes when I change the local, which would seem that the metric is a calculation from this router to the next hop.
Let's check by using a "sh ip ei topo" command. You will see that the RD-metric is the metric that the router has received from the next-hop router. What you have to do next is to plus it with the local metric. What you see in the routing table is FD(RD+Local Metric).
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