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Wierd EIGRP delay

Hi,

I'm trying to work out why a route is showing a particular delay value in the Eigrp topology table.

Network is router A connected to router B.

Router A learns of route 10.73.0.0/16 via BGP which is distributed into Eigrp with a delay value of 10000. Sh ip eigrp top 10.73.0.0/16 shows delay as 100000. This is fine.

Router A is connected to router B via fast ethernet 0/0. Fastethernet 0/0 on router A has a delay value manually assigned of 1000.

A sh ip eigrp topology 10.73.0.0/16 on router B shows the delay as 100010. I would expect to see 110000.

Can anyone explain please.

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Re: Wierd EIGRP delay

For the delay calculation on Router B, it is not the delay value configured on fa0/0 on router A that is relevant but the one on fa0/0 on routerB.

Can you provide a "show int fa0/0" from routerB.

Hope this helps,

Harold Ritter
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Re: Wierd EIGRP delay

Hi,

There is no delay value manually configured on f0/0 on router b, it is a 100mb FE interface.

Thanks

Lee

New Member

Re: Wierd EIGRP delay

I've added "delay 1000" to f0/0 on router b, the delay in the output of the eigrp topology still shows delay as 100010 microseconds.

Regards,

Lee

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