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EIGRP STUB and Configuration

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EIGRP STUB

Stub routing is one way to limit queries. A stub router is one that is connected to on more than two neighbors and should be a transit router. 



The EIGRP stub routing feature improve network stability, reduces resource utilization, and simplifies remote router (spoke) configuration. Stub routing is commonly used in a Hub-and-Spoke topology

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Here is the command:

R1(config-router)#EIGRP STUB ?

  connected       Do advertise connected routes

  leak-map        Allow dynamic prefixes based on the leak-map

  receive-only    Set receive only neighbor

  redistributed   Do advertise redistributed routes

  static                 Do advertise static routes

  summary         Do advertise summary routes



  • Connected means the router advertise connected routes only for those interfaces which matched with a network command.
  •  Leak-map means the router advertise only which is specified by a leak-map
  •  Receive-only means the router do not advertise any routes. And this option can be used with any other option.
  • Redistribution means the router advertise only the redistributed routes.
  • Static means the router advertise only the static routes with redistributed static command configured.
  • Summary means the router advertise only auto summarized or statically configured summary routes

NOTE: By default is connected and summary.

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