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Question about eigrp network statement

Discussion in 'Routing & Switching' started by CCNAASSOCIATE, Sep 28, 2014.

  1. CCNAASSOCIATE

    CCNAASSOCIATE New Member

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    Hello guys,
    in two days i will try to pass my CCNA exam,but i have a big problem with eigrp network statements.

    I know the network statements have to be classful,but later i am able to send the the updates classless with the "no auto-summary" command.

    But heres my question:

    I have a router which has 3 connected subnetworks ( 5.88.192.50/29 ; 5.88.192.56/29 and 5.88.192.224/30) .
    But one of them (5.88.192.224/30) should not be advertised to the neighbors.
    How can i do this task?
    I have to advertise the networks classful (for example with: "network 5.88.192.0") but when i do this the .224 network will be advertised.
    So how can i remove the .224 network from beeing advertised?


    Sorry guys i did resolve the problem on my own,i didnt remembered,that i can do classless network statements in eigrp with the wildcard mask.I thought i have to do the statement with an classful network like in rip.
     
    Last edited: Sep 28, 2014
  2. rocdamike

    rocdamike Byte Poster Gold Member

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    Good job on finding the answer by yourself. You're correct. Unlike OSPF, with EIGRP you don't have to put in a wildcard mask, but if you need to advertise specific networks, then you're going to need to use them.
     
    Certifications: CCNA R&S, CCENT, F5 101 Application Delivery Fundamentals, ITIL Foundation (2011), CompTIA (A+, Network+), MTA (Windows OS, Networking, HTML5)
    WIP: CCNA Security
  3. CCNAASSOCIATE

    CCNAASSOCIATE New Member

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    Thanks i passed 200-120 with 1000/1000 i was very nervous on the beginning of exam,but it was very easy.
     
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2014
  4. rocdamike

    rocdamike Byte Poster Gold Member

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    Wow, Nice score. Congrats on the pass!
     
    Certifications: CCNA R&S, CCENT, F5 101 Application Delivery Fundamentals, ITIL Foundation (2011), CompTIA (A+, Network+), MTA (Windows OS, Networking, HTML5)
    WIP: CCNA Security

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