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Router(config-router)#default-information originate [always] [metric metric] Alternatively, a default summary route can also be produced using the summary-address command or the area range command. These commands cause the router to advertise a default route pointing to itself. CCNP BSCI resources of the routers. The SPF algorithm consumes all CPU resources when it runs. Summarization prevents topology changes from being passed outside an area and thus saves routers in other areas from having to run the SPF algorithm.

Creating an EIGRP Default Route Figure 2-5 shows a simple two-router network. 0 R3 now sees a default network with a next hop of R1. 0 This passes a default route from R1 out its serial0 interface toward R3. 64/27 Troubleshooting EIGRP The most straightforward way to troubleshoot EIGRP is to inspect the routing table—show ip route. To filter the routing table and show only the routes learned from EIGRP, use the show ip route eigrp command. The show ip protocols command verifies autonomous system, timer values, identified networks, and EIGRP neighbors (routing information sources).

Service Provider Edge—The different public networks that are attached The first section, the Enterprise Campus, looks like the old Hierarchical Design Model with added details. It features six sections: ■ Campus Backbone—The core of the LAN ■ Building Distribution—Links subnets/VLANs and applies policy ■ Building Access—Connects users to network ■ Management ■ Edge Distribution—A distribution layer out to the WAN ■ Server Farm—For Enterprise services CCNP BSCI This early model was a good starting point, but it failed to address key issues, such as: [6] CCNP BSCI Quick Reference Figure 1-3 The Enterprise Composite Model Campus Backbone B CCNP BSCI Campus Backbone A CORE Building Distribution A Building Distribution B 1st Floor Access Building Distribution A 1st Floor Access 3rd Floor Access 2nd Floor Access 4th Floor Access BUILDING A Building Distribution B Building Distribution A 3rd Floor Access 2nd Floor Access 1st Floor Access 3rd Floor Access 2nd Floor Access 4th Floor Access BUILDING B Building Distribution B 4th Floor Access BUILDING C The Enterprise Edge, shown in Figure 1-4, details the connections from the campus to the WAN and includes: ■ E-commerce ■ Internet connectivity ■ Remote access ■ WAN Figure 1-4 The Enterprise Edge Frame Relay PPP ATM WAN Corporate Router E-Commerce Web DMZ Firewall I DC App Server Internal Router Internet Router Database Internal Firewall Internet Internal Router Internet Internal Router Campus Backbone Edge Distribution Internal Firewall DMZ Firewall Public Servers Caching VPN Firewall Remote Access Internet Router IDS Dial-In PSTN Enterprise Edge Service Provider Edge Chapter 1: The Evolving Network Model [7] The Service Provider Edge is just a list of the public networks that facilitate wide-area connectivity and include: Internet service provider (ISP) ■ Public switched telephone network (PSTN) ■ Frame Relay, ATM, and PPP CCNP BSCI ■ Figure 1-5 puts together the various pieces: Campus, Enterprise Edge, and Service Provider Edge.

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