EIGRP Autonomous system range

Dear All,

Can some one help me with EIGRP Autonomous Systems

I would like to know the significance of the autonomous numbers,such as

why autonomous 100, 101 etc... what are the the reasons why these numbers

are assigned

 

 

Regards

 

 

Comments

  • Beeblebrox,

    The only significance the AS numbers have for EIGRP is that all routers participating in the same EIGRP routing system must be using the same AS.

    In the Lab Exam the task instructions will usually specify which AS you should configure. In some cases your routers must peer with Backbone routers that you cannot access via telnet or console connection - your configured EIGRP AS will need to match the AS configured on the Backbone router.

    If a task instructs you to use a certain AS for EIGRP, you will only get points for that task if you use the specified AS, and meet all other conditions specified for the task, as well as for the Do's & Don't's at the beginning of the lab document.

    Dear All,

    Can some one help me with EIGRP Autonomous Systems

    I would like to know the significance of the autonomous numbers,such as

    why autonomous 100, 101 etc... what are the the reasons why these numbers

    are assigned

    Regards

     

  • Thanks Darrell

    Thanks a lot.

     

     

    Regards

  • Beeble - welcome to the IEOC - and I LOVE your screenname. 

     

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