If I have 2 routers using hsrp, each router has a tunnel to the remote site over its WAN connection, How can you influence the path eigrp takes over a tunnel? ie which tunnel to choose cause surely they would be the same AD to reach?
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How about by setting different delay values on the two tunnels?
I have done the same in my branch routers (two of them), but this is not reflecting in routing table at HO side. is there anything else that i need to do after changing delay? like clearing relationship or something else.
I labbed this up in GNS3 and it worked without any clearing of neighbors.