default-metric — router
bandwidth delay reliability loading mtuno default metric
bandwidth delay reliability loading mtu
Default metric for routes learned from a different routing protocol
Depends on the protocol
When redistributing routes from one routing protocol to another, the metrics used by the different protocols are not compatible. This command allows you to set the metric values for routes learned from other protocols.
For RIP and OSPF, this command simply sets the metric value to
For BGP, this command sets the value for the multi-exit discriminator (MED) metric to
For IGRP and EIGRP, this command sets the default metric for redistributing other protocols into EIGRP. (Note that IGRP and EIGRP have compatible metrics, so the default metric set by this command is not required when distributing routes between these two protocols.) The default metric is computed using the following parameters:
The route bandwidth measured in kilobits per second.
The route delay in microseconds.
An estimate of the reliability of packet transmission on this link. It must be a value between 0 and 255; 255 indicates 100% reliability and 0 indicates that the link is completely unreliable (no packets are transferred correctly).
The effective bandwidth ...