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EIGRP ROUTE PRIORITY

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If I have two routes to a remote office, A & B.

How can I force EIGRP to use route A as a primary route, and only use route B in
case of overload or breakdown of route A?

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vreyesii
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You can either lower the bandwidth or increase the delay on the "backup" interface to increase it's metric in EIGRP.
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How do I increase the delay?

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Use the "delay" command:

interface <type/number>
delay 2000   <--a higher value than what is configured.
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