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question in EIGRp

I have a switch that is connected to the router.
On the switch i just created a new vlan other than the default vlan101 and i did eigrp

Switch

router eigrp 100
network 172.19.10.0 0.0.0.255
network 172.19.28.0 0.0.0.255
no auto summary
no passive-interface Vlan112
no passive-interface Vlan101


from router i can ping 172.19.10.1 but not the 172.19.28.1

i know i am missing a no passive interface statement....

Any ideas ?
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c_hockland
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c_hockland
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packetguyCommented:
First, why are you running EIGRP on the router? Normally you would only do this in a multi-router environment that has redundant routed paths. If there are no other routers, or redundant paths, it much smarter to use static IP routing. Some people us EIGRP as a kind a automatic configuration tool, so that they don't have to configure static routing, but this can lead to router convergence problems later, since EIGRP is seldom reliable when configured this way.

Can you provide complete copies of router and switch configuration, along with a simple diagram of your planned network? I can then give you specific configuration recommendations.
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c_hocklandAuthor Commented:
no , i cannot use static routes. The entire company is using eigrp .This is a new router and a new switch ,
Static routes is definitely a no-no here.

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SouljaCommented:
What route is showing on your router to the 172.19.28.0 network?
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rochey2009Commented:
Hi,

Is the new vlan up/up?

sh ip int brief

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packetguyCommented:
It sounds like their are more routers in the network. We will need a diagram and configs for the primary devices to answer your questions properly.
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