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Eigrp consepts

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by CONF T, Sep 14, 2010.

  1. CONF T

    CONF T New Member

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    Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)​
    hello


    this protocol is the best and the easiest protocol in the world why is that bec ::--
    1- BACKUP ROUTE --- all the protocols whene thay find the best route thay put it in the routing table and the other routes thay delet thim but EIGRP doesn't it keeps the secnd best route and pit it in the topology table bec if the best route goes down for any reason it automticly use the backup route it doesn't have to reprocces to find the best router again .

    2- Simple configuration --- it is the easies protocol to configure if you compare it to OSPF BGP ISIS
    3- Flexibility in summarization --- its the only one it can do manual summarization.. the other protocols such as OSPF BGP RIP do classfull summarization ..

    4- Unequal cost in load balancing -- OSPF BGP do equal cost load balancing 50-50 but by EIGRP u can do 30-70 60-40 ..

    now we look to tables and terminology ​
    [​IMG]

    EIGRP it hase 3 tables::--
    1- neighbor table thi table it shows the direct connected routers are using EIGRP protocol and we can see this table by using this commend
    [​IMG]

    2-Topology table - this table it shows all the routes backup and secnd backup routes it's like EIGRP database and we can see it by
    [​IMG]

    3- routing table - it shows the usable routes OFcours the best route and any other routes hase been lerned by any other protocol or static route we can see it by
    [​IMG]
     
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  2. onoski

    onoski Terabyte Poster

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    Conf T, you're really loving your Cisco stuff:) cheerio and keep on plugging away.
     
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  3. greenbrucelee
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    mmmmkaaaaaaaaaaay :D
     
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  4. danielno8

    danielno8 Gigabyte Poster

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    That is until you want to use a non-cisco router :)
     
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  5. zebulebu

    zebulebu Terabyte Poster

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    Chap - you can't use the CCIE logo until you attain the certification - best you take that down
     
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  6. BosonMichael
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    BosonMichael Yottabyte Poster

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    Yup. And when you get the CCIE, there are certain places where you can and cannot use it, and in those places where you use it, it has to be a certain size. Not sure that filling up my screen on every post you make would be an acceptable use, but then again, I'm not Cisco.
     
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  7. zebulebu

    zebulebu Terabyte Poster

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    And, when you do acquire the certification, and rights necessary to use the logo, I'm pretty sure you're not allowed to use it as a link from someone else's website.
     
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  8. CONF T

    CONF T New Member

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    i removed it
    i am sorry and can't u just send it in privet masseg
     
    Last edited: Sep 14, 2010
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  9. JonnyMX

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    No harm done, but we're a bit short of hedges here...

    :biggrin
     
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