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Trying to get a idea how EIGRP would work in this case

Posted on 2009-02-08
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Last Modified: 2012-05-06
Im trying to get a feel for how EIGRP would work on this network. For instance, would subnet C be routed back to subnet A via the wireless and then the fiber, or would it see the T1 as a lower metric being its fewer hops? Our current downfall is the Cisco 3560 doesnt support EIGRP. Id like to upgrade the software on the 3560 to support EIGRP, but Id like opinions first.
Question by:LRL455

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peterelvidge earned 1000 total points
ID: 23590655
Hi this looks fine,

Probably would automatically default to the way you want it  ,   but to make sure ; put in a delay statement  in the backup links...

router eigrp 100
delay 10000

that way you dont have to rely on the metrics at all

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by:Abacus IT
ID: 23592442
What IOS are you running?

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