Viewing the EIGRP Topology Table

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To begin, first consider the EIGRP topology table in router R1, with this expanded network of Figure 10-3. The new network has five WAN and four LAN subnets, with multiple routes to reach each subnet. All the links use default bandwidth and delay settings. (Like the earlier examples, note that all router Gigabit interfaces happen to autonegotiate to use a speed of 100 Mbps, which changes the interface delay setting and therefore the EIGRP metric calculations.)

Example 10-8 begins the discussion with the output of the show ip eigrp topology command from R1. This command lists a few lines ...

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