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RE : Issue with EIGRP routes posted 02/05/2006
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How many routes do you have on the routing table? You might have an MTU
issue so that eigrp believes it has a 1500 byte mtu interface for instance
and hence sends an eigrp update packet too big. Try lowering the mtu on both
ends and let us know

-- Richard

-----Message d'origine-----
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Envoyi : dimanche 5 fivrier 2006 20:10
@ : Nadeem Zahid (iszahid); ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Objet : Re: Issue with EIGRP routes

try disabling ip eigrp split-horizon...

--- "Nadeem Zahid (iszahid)" <iszahid@xxxxxxxxx>

> I see that when I'm running EIGRP on top of PPPoFR
> between two
> routers...I don't get the advertised EIGRP routes
> on the other side. Removing the VT/PPP from the
> subint and running it
> over FR directly, everything works.
> Any known issues? One side is Hssi, other side is
> Serial but I don't
> think that is the problem.
> thnx
> Nadeem
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