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Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) is an interior gateway protocol that allows a router to share information it knows about the network with neighboring routers within an autonomous system, and is optimized to reduce router workload and the volume of transmitted data. This video contains more than 5 hours of in-depth discussion and examples, covering EIGRP authentication, neighborship, EIGRP stub, unequal cost load sharing, topology table, metric tuning, convergence, route filtering, summarization, default routing, and more.
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This course is composed by the following modules
EIGRP Hello/Dead Intervals
EIGRP Authentication :: Part 1
EIGRP Authentication :: Part 2
EIGRP Passive Interfaces and K-Values
EIGRP Static Neighbors and Router-IDs
EIGRP over WANs
EIGRP Topology Table, Messages, and Process
EIGRP Topology Exchange over WANs
EIGRP FD and RD
EIGRP Metric Tuning :: Part 1
EIGRP Metric Tuning :: Part 2
EIGRP Convergence :: Part 1
EIGRP Convergence :: Part 2
EIGRP Convergence :: Part 3
EIGRP Route Filtering w ACLs
EIGRP Route Filtering w Prefix-Lists
EIGRP Route Filtering w Route-maps
EIGRP Default Routing
EIGRP Path Manipulation
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