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EIGRP between ASA5520 and Cisco 3750

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I am configuring EIGRP between mentioned devices. On 3750 side i can see neighborship formed

3   10.40.50.65             Vl417             14 00:00:00    1  2000  3  0

However, on ASA side no neighborship formed.

When looking at debug messages, I can see that ASA sends hello packets, but receives nothing. 3750 sends and receives hello packets, but update packets are retransmitted periodically. Accordign to debug, ASA receives no update messages. Pings between devices are succesfull.

I am confused.
3750 conf
 
router eigrp 2008
network 10.40.50.64 0.0.0.3
neighbor 10.40.50.65 Vlan417
 
ASA config
 
router eigrp 2008
 no auto-summary
 eigrp router-id 10.40.50.65
 neighbor 10.40.50.66 interface eigrp
network 10.40.50.64 255.255.255.252

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Issue is solved, I just restarted ASA and everything worked fine
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