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RE: eigrp equal cost load balance posted 07/11/2005
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Sheikh, have you solved the problem about load balancing? ( see attached text).
Yes it should because they have two separate next-hop values.  Did you
try what I said with the "maximum-paths" command?

Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sheikh Rahman [mailto:Sheikh.Rahman@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, June 23, 2005 2:16 PM
> To: Brian McGahan
> Subject: RE: eigrp equal cost load balance
> Hi Brian,
> Will Eigrp load-balance between 2 neighbors through one interface. Let
> me expalin youmy network topology little more in detail.
>     --  R2   OSPF
> Sw  Eigrp       ---- ----------- R1
>     --- R3
> Sw, R2 and R3 e0 interface running eigrp and R2,R3's serial interface
> and R1 running OSPF
> OSPF and eigrp are being redistributed in R2 and R3. R1 (ospf) is able
> to load balance to prefixes learned from Eigrp. But Sw is not able to
> load balance prefixes learned from OSPF. When redistributed ospf route
> to eigrp metric was same on both router. R2 and R3 is using sw's vlan2
> interface.
> Not sure eigrp load balance between 2 neighbor through same interface
> this case sw will use vlan2 interface to communicate with the R2 and
> router.
> Your help will be highly appreciated.
> Thanks
> Sheikh

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