In routers, there exists a routing table, and also a routing information base (RIB) that injects routes into the routing table.
A relevant example of the difference is when a floating route exists in the RIB, it does not exist in the routing table. It may be injected into the routing table when the existing route is removed.
In an ASA5525, how do I view this RIB? (If relevant-- this device uses EIGRP as well as static routes)
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sorry this late reply but show route <<- show the route in RIB if ASA the EIGERP only advertise what you see in RIB
the EIGRP not advertise the floating static route until ASA use it and inject into RIB.
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Is there an ASA command equal to ""show ip cef" ?
No there no command because asa dont have cef.
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