Tag Archives: Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol

mpls: layer3-vpns, pe-ce routing protocol – eigrp

Hello everyone! Right now I am going to show how to use EIGRP as a PE-CE routing protocol when using MPLS VPNs. Here is our topology (same topology like with the other protocols used): Given: – a small MPLS backbone … Continue reading

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misc: optimzation in the layout of the blog labs

Hi everybody! I recognized that my scenarios with the cisco specific outputs the output mostly looked like crap. This way: Router#sh ip route Codes: C – connected, S – static, R – RIP, M – mobile, B – BGP D … Continue reading

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mpls: simple and advanced inter-vrf routing/leaking

Hello everybody! Today I will spend some time in demonstrating how to route between separate VRF instances on a local router. Special prerequisites: – Understanding of VRF lite Topology: Our topology exists of three routers. Quite simple for the beginning … Continue reading

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REMINDER: administrative distances of routing protocols

ADs of the routing protocols: 0 – connected 1 – static 5 – eigrp summary 20 – ebgp 90 – eigrp 100 – igrp 115 – is-is 110 – ospf 120 – rip 140 – egp 160 – on demand … Continue reading

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Advanced RIP configuration

Today I wll begin with labbing and blogging my lab experiences. The reason for that is, that i want to document my own experiences and get the “i did this once on a lab”-effect to review things I will forget. … Continue reading

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