Re: EIGRP timers and bandwidth over Metro-Ethernet?
Thanks for your reply. I will leave the timers alone, set the interface bandwidth settings, and configure QoS.
What about the use of the eigrp bandwidth command? Does it make sense to limit eigrp usage of the link to less than 50%? Obviosly, some perfromance metrics on the link usage would be needed to accurately anwer this question, but do you have a rule of thumb?
This document gives several answers on frequently asked questions for PFRv3 channel state behavior.
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