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Re: How is default-information command under router eigrp used? posted 07/11/2007
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EIGRP don't utilize the default-information originate command, to advertise
default information --> add the default route statically and the do

Normally, exterior/default routes are always accepted and default
information is passed between EIGRP processes when redistribution occurs.
when doing so, we still need to confirm the following command to either
allow the sending or receiving of a default route (allowed by default): 

Router(config-router)#default-information ? 
allowed Allow default information 
in Accept default routing information 
out Output default routing information 

Mohammed Mahmoud.

Ben  <bmunyao@xxxxxxxxx> wrote on 11 Jul 2007, 12:27 PM:
Subject: Re: How is default-information command under router eigrp used?
>Thanks for responding.
>In eigrp, the syntax for this command is:
>router eigrp 100
>  default-information {allowed[in|out]|in|out [acl]}
>I'm having trouble figuring out how to use it, and scenarios that apply.
>On 7/11/07, dayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <dayo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Do you mean default information originate?
>> On 7/11/07, Ben <bmunyao@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > Hi
>> >
>> > I cann't seem to make sense of how to use the "default-information"
>> command
>> > under EIGRP. Does anyone here have examples of its usage that might
>> me
>> > digest this command.
>> >
>> > TIA
>> >
>> > Ben
>> >
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