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Re: When to disable passive interface explicitly posted 08/15/2005
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>From a lab could really do a lot of
onverconfiguration if you are not careful....for the most part, just
do what they is a sample task example:

4.5 Configure EIGRP AS 1024 between R4, R5, and R6 per the network
diagram. Be sure to advertise the loopback interfaces of these routers
into the EIGRP domain.

Here I am not even pausing to think about passive interfaces - I am
configuring EIGRP on these loopbacks using the network statement and I
am moving on!

On 8/14/05, Desmond Ong <desmond.gk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi there,
> Just like to check when should I make the loopback interface passive? Being
> practising some labs and still cannot figure out when to explicitly
> diasble/enable it.
> Thanks
> Desmond
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