How the EIGRP works
EIGRP (Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol) is a Cisco proprietary routing protocol. When determining the optimal route, you can also determine the available backup routes. This gives you the advantage of being able to switch routes quickly in the event of a failure.
We use a composite metric that takes into account multiple factors to calculate the EIGRP metric.
The formula for calculating the EIGRP metric and specific examples are described.
EIGRP Basic Configuration and Verification Commands
This page explains the basic EIGRP configuration commands and their verification commands.Read more
Advertising default route by EIGRP : redistribute static
This is a configuration example of redistributing the default route of a static route as a way to generate a default route in EIGRP.Read more
Advertising default route by EIGRP : route summary
This is a configuration example of route summarization as a way to generate a default route in EIGRP.Read more
Advertising default route by EIGRP : ip default-network command
How to generate default routes in EIGRPThere are several ways to generate a default...Read more