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K value is a representation of more then one network parameter
EIGRP composite cost metric = 256*((K1*Scaled Bw) + (K2*Scaled Bw)/(256 – Load) + (K3*Scaled Delay)*(K5/(Reliability + K4)))
From the print you sent, reliability and delay would be represented by k3 and k4.
Bandwidth by k1.
Not sure what you want to do?
if you want to know what is the K value or how can you match that k value.
you can change it but make sure you have TOS ( type of service value 0 ) make sure the same K value also should be on neighbors' routers as well to communicate with neighbors.
( show ip protocols )will show you the default k value.
command to change K value
router eigrp 100
matric wights 0 1 1 1 1 1
where 0 present for TOS.
BW (k1 )= 1 Delay(k2)=1 load(k3)=1 reliability(k4)=1 MTU(k5)=1
@Jitendra Kumar I think your metrics are switched. While most documentation (to include CISCO Press and other CISCO documents) places these metrics in alphabetical order as you have, they are not configured in alphabeticla order on routers.
In your example:
BW (k1 )= 1 Load(k2)=1 Delay(k3)=1 reliability(k4)=1 MTU(k5)=1
Load is weighted by K2 and Delay is weighted by K3.
@krahulbgp By default K1 and K3 are set to 1 and used in the EIGRP calculation for metrics. You can change them to whatever you want to fit your network needs as long as they match in your domain.