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Enabling a EIGRP on Interface

                   i want to know is these configuration was right.

My network was connected with Gi0/1 and Gi0/2 with Ip address of WAN and LAN IP respectively.

WAN IP: 172.X.X.X and LAN IP:192.X.X.X

i am enabling EIGRP with  200

commands in global configuration mode

eigrp 200

network 172.x.x.x

network 192.x.x.x

or

specific interface mode

on Gi0/1

eigrp 200(enabling eigrp 200 on Gi0/1)

and gi0/2

eigrp 200(enabling eigrp 200 on Gi0/2)

Both congiration are right..

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VIP Super Bronze

Re: Enabling a EIGRP on Interface

Both configs are correct, but if your device support the interface command, I would do that as that is more specific and only advertises these 2 interfaces IPs

HTH

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Enabling a EIGRP on Interface

My question is i am going to terminate one more link of  gi1/0/1. The Scenorio is i need to unequal bandwidth load balancing..

Can i i use variance 2 command under eigrp 200 to achieve it..

or any other commands need to be added. to achieve the same..

Cisco Employee

Enabling a EIGRP on Interface

Dinesh,

Variance is the only command which you use to do the unequal cost load balancing.

Second regarding your question not sure which device you are using were you are thinking of configuring the eigrp on the interface level(Nexus?)

Anyways go ahead with the first option that enalbing it globally but as said by Reza both config are good if device supports it.

Very good explanation on this;

http://computernetworkingnotes.com/routing-static-dynamics-rip-ospf-igrp-eigrp/eigrp-routing-configurations.html

Unequal cost load balancing:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk365/technologies_tech_note09186a008009437d.shtml

HTH

Regards

Inayath

Enabling a EIGRP on Interface

i am expecting some more commands

Eg

Traffic-share balanced command used to share the traffic depends on interafce ratio...

Cisco Employee

Enabling a EIGRP on Interface

Dinesh,

check ths out:

http://blog.ine.com/2009/05/01/understanding-unequal-cost-load-balancing/

HTH

Regards

Inayath

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