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Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol ( EIGRP) is a specialized distance-vector routing method employed on a computer network to automate routing decisions and configuration. It was created in the hands of Cisco Systems to be a private protocol only available in Cisco routers. In 2013, Cisco was able to let other vendors implement unspecified versions of EIGRP along with associated features like the High Availability (HA); however; they would not be able to use other EIGRP features, such as EIGRP stub, which is required for large-scale campus deployment and DMVPN exclusive to themselves. The information needed to implement the protocol was released with an informational RFC 7868 in 2016, which was not made to the Internet Standards Track specification and enabled Cisco to keep control of its own EIGRP protocol.
Routers use EIGRP to exchange routes between other autonomous system routers. In contrast to other well-known routing protocols like RIP, EIGRP only sends incremental updates, thus reducing the burden on the router and the volume of data required to be transferred.
EIGRP was replaced by the Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) in 1993. One of the main reasons for this was the transition to the classless IPv4 addresses within the Internet Protocol, which IGRP could not support.
- EIGRP Fundamentals and Basic Configuration
- EIGRP Neighborship Process
- EIGRP Path Metric Calculation
- EIGRP Convergence
- EIGRP Load-Balancing
- EIGRP Summarization
- EIGRP Stub Router and Site
- EIGRP WAN Considerations
- EIGRP Filtering with ACL and IP Prefix-List
- EIGRP Filtering with Route-Map and Gateway
- EIGRP Offset List
- Troubleshooting EIGRP for IPv4
- EIGRP for IPv4 Trouble Tickets
- EIGRP for IPv6 (EIGRPv6)
- EIGRPv6 and Named EIGRP Trouble Tickets
- EIGRP OTP - Full Mesh
- EIGRP OTP - Route Reflector
- EIGRP OTP - Redundant Remote Routers
- IPv6 EIGRP OTP - Full Mesh
- IPv6 EIGRP OTP - Route Reflector
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