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Frame Relay, EIGRP; RIP; GRE

Hi,

can anyone go through my configuration and advice.

Especially for the EIGRP/RIP Distribution, and Frame Relay configuration.

regards

fady

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Re: Frame Relay, EIGRP; RIP; GRE

Hello Fady,

Just a fast look.

I'd advise you to recheck:

router eigrp 10

no auto-summary

router rip

version 2

redistribute eigrp 10 metric 2

no auto-summary

Vlad

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Re: Frame Relay, EIGRP; RIP; GRE

Thanks man,

But can you tell me why you've added the "no auto-summary"??? and why you have put metric 2 when redistributing EIGRP into RIP???

regards

Fady

Re: Frame Relay, EIGRP; RIP; GRE

by default subnet routes are summarized to classful network route...so here by "no auto-summary"command you are advertiseing the subnet, not summary of subnet...accross the networks...

regards

Devang

Re: Frame Relay, EIGRP; RIP; GRE

As devang explained if you have VLSM on your network and you are using rip version 2 and EIGRP , no auto-summary will enable your routers to send subnets not only classfull networks like 10.0.0.0

On rip and EIGRP you need to set a metric to the routes redistributed.

"The metrics of one routing protocol do not necessarily translate into the metrics of another. For example, the RIP metric is a hop count and the EIGRP metric is a combination of five metric values. In such situations, a dynamic metric is assigned to the redistributed route. Redistribution in these cases should be applied consistently and carefully in conjunction with inbound filtering to avoid routing loops. "

Hope this help a bit,

please rate this post if it does, I'd appreciate.

Vlad

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