EIGRP is an advanced Distance Vector routing protocol that incorporates traditional Distance Vector features such as split horizon, as well as traditional Link State features such as incremental updates. EIGRP runs directly over IP using protocol number 88 and is a Cisco-proprietary routing protocol. The following sections describe some core characteristics and components that are integral to the operation of EIGRP.
It is important to have a solid understanding of EIGRP in order to effectively troubleshoot any routing problems. Keep in mind that the information provided is simply a summary and recap of the material available in the ROUTE . . .
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