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parakiteiz
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Adding the routed interface in to the dynamic routing statement

I have a 3560 that is hooked to a 6509. The following SVI's live on the 3560:

 

192.168.180.1 (VLAN 180), 192.168.181.1(VLAN 181),  192.168.182.1 (VLAN 182) , 192.168.183.1 (VLAN 183) , 192.168.184.1 (VLAN 183),

 

I want to create the router eigrp statement that says:

 

router eigrp 777

network 192.168.180.0 0.0.0.225

network 192.168.181.0 0.0.0.225

network 192.168.182.0 0.0.0.225

network 192.168.183.0 0.0.0.225

network 192.168.184.0 0.0.0.225

 

Now for the routed interface on the 3506 which is 192.168.0.17 do I create a routing statement for the and is it as simple as network 192.168.0.17 0.0.0.3?  What about the opposite side do I add  network 192.168.0.17 0.0.0.3 in the network statement on the 6509?

 

 

 

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Jon isn't that statement backwards? shouldn't it be 192.168.0.16  0.0.0.3?

My mistake, you are right, it should be as you say.

Sorry about that :-)

Jon

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Jon Marshall
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Yes is the simple answer, you need to include a network statement for that subnet on both switches.

I have just answered another of your questions relating to the same thing and the same answer would still apply if you changed the routed link to the trunk I suggested in the other post.

Jon

Jon Marshall
VIP Community Legend

By the way the it should be "network 192.168.16.0 0.0.0.3"

Jon

Jon isn't that statement backwards? shouldn't it be 192.168.0.16  0.0.0.3?

 

Yes both of these questions are related to the same project I just get better answers if I split them up by topic.

Jon isn't that statement backwards? shouldn't it be 192.168.0.16  0.0.0.3?

My mistake, you are right, it should be as you say.

Sorry about that :-)

Jon