EIGRP Enabler exercise 3 asked you to configure four routers, specifically to add the EIGRP network commands. If you’ve not seen these before, check out the Routing Protocol Enabler intro post. Otherwise, it’s straightforward, so keep going!
The goal is to get so good at your OSPF and EIGRP network commands that you get bored with all these exercises. There yet? If not, here’s another. As always with the EIGRP and OSPF Enabler exercises, your job: read
This latest EIGRP Enabler exercise asked you to configure three routers, specifically to add the EIGRP network commands. This post lists the answers – simple enough.
Now for some more EIGRP work. Your job: read and react to a set of requirements to then choose how to configure about a dozen EIGRP network commands. Simple, useful, do it and move on to the next thing!
The first EIGRP Enabler exercise asked you to configure four routers, specifically to add the EIGRP network commands. This post lists the answers – simple enough.
At some point, you need to master the network commands used with routing protocol configuration. This exercise gives you some practice on that one specific point, specific to EIGRP configuration. Your job: read and react to a set of requirements
Configure EIGRP, and configure the link delay – and influence the routes in a small lab network. That’s the summary of your task for this most recent lab. Check out the original lab post first, create your own answer, and
This latest lab lets you exercise your basic EIGRP config skills, with a few twists. Does the actual link speed matter? Do you recall how to use wildcard masks in your EIGRP config? And how do you use multiple unequal-metric
#EIGRP uses a complex metric calculation. Most of us do not memorize the math formula, instead remembering the metric components: slowest bandwidth in the route and cumulative delay for all links. This lab lets you ponder how to configure EIGRP
This lab asks you to configure EIGRP, with a small twist – a change to the link bandwidth on one of the links. As a result, some of the routes will follow a two-hop path rather than a one-hop path.