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Cisco EIGRP release to the IETF

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by cisco lab rat, Feb 14, 2013.

  1. cisco lab rat

    cisco lab rat Megabyte Poster

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    Cisco release EIGRP to the IETF for any vendor to use...

    Cisco opens up EIGRP - YouTube
     
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  2. BraderzTheDog

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    This is great news! Finally this protocol can be used with other Vendors such as Juniper to make a more unified routing solution!

    Great post.
     
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  3. cisco lab rat

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    It's about time too that they did, EIGRP is a great protocol, not saying that it's better or worse than say OSPF or ISIS, ( even RIPv2).

    OSPF has lots of bells and whistles which makes it interesting and fun to work and play with, ISIS is ISO witchcraft, sometimes you need a simple protocol like EIGRP just to get the job done
     
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  4. Simonvm

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    Packet Pushers did a show with Donnie Savage (the guy from the youtube vid) about this:

    Show 144 – Open EIGRP with Russ White + Cisco’s Donnie Savage

     
    Last edited: Apr 21, 2013
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