In this discussion, Russ talks about how adjacencies are formed with EIGRP. Learn how EIGRP forms adjacencies with neighboring routers in the topology.
- [Instructor] Now, EIGRP must establish an adjacency…prior to sharing its information with neighboring routers.…Now, let's dive into how these adjacencies…are actually established.…First, we should know that adjacencies…are established between neighboring routers…participating in the same EIGRP autonomous system.…Now, this relationship informs the router…that its neighboring router is working with EIGRP as well…and using the same autonomous system or process ID…so that we can begin sharing information…knowing that both routers are on the same page.…
Now, EIGRP requires that certain values match…in order to form a neighborship or adjacency.…First off, K values have to match.…This allows routers to calculate the feasible distance…using the same data points.…Next, the autonomous system…or as some people like to call it the process ID…which is the OSPF term, not the EIGRP term,…they have to match in EIGRP.…Remember in OSPF, the process ID is locally significant.…
In EIGRP, the autonomous system number has to match exactly.…
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