IEWB RS vol1 v5 5.22 - EIGRP Filtering with Extended Access-Lists

Hi Guys,

I've another one that I think IntExpert should look into it.

On this lab "IEWB RS vol1 v5 5.22 - EIGRP Filtering with Extended
Access-Lists" R5 is expected to reach 150.1.(7|9).0 via R2 155.1.0.2.

This can actually happen IF R2 has direct connection to R3.

I don't see any task previously to enable this link nor on the initial
config.

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Regards,

David Sudjiman
www.davidsudjiman.info

Comments

  • Hi David,

    Thanks for the report. Do you mean filtering from R2 as the source of update in the solution?

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    There are two sets of initial configs.  The one that corresponds to
    section 5.22 does have the link between R2 and R3 enabled, and routing
    EIGRP.  Make sure to read the notes boxes carefully in the tasks before
    proceeding.



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    David Sudjiman wrote:
    Hi Guys, I've another one that I think IntExpert should look into it. On this lab "IEWB RS vol1 v5 5.22 - EIGRP Filtering with Extended Access-Lists" R5 is expected to reach 150.1.(7|9).0 via R2 155.1.0.2. This can actually happen IF R2 has direct connection to R3. I don't see any task previously to enable this link nor on the initial config. -- Regards, David Sudjiman www.davidsudjiman.info


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  • Brian McGahan wrote:
    > There are two sets of initial configs. The one that corresponds to
    > section 5.22 does have the link between R2 and R3 enabled, and routing
    > EIGRP. Make sure to read the notes boxes carefully in the tasks before
    > proceeding. Brian McGahan, CCIE #8593 (R&S/SP/Security) [email protected] Internetwork Expert, Inc. http://www.InternetworkExpert.com Toll Free: 877-224-8987 x 705 Outside US: 775-826-4344 x 705 Online Community: http://www.IEOC.com CCIE Blog: http://blog.internetworkexpert.com David Sudjiman wrote: Hi Guys, I've another one that I think IntExpert should look into it. On this lab "IEWB RS vol1 v5 5.22 - EIGRP Filtering with Extended Access-Lists" R5 is expected to reach 150.1.(7|9).0 via R2 155.1.0.2. This can actually happen IF R2 has direct connection to R3. I don't see any task previously to enable this link nor on the initial config.
    Regards,

    David Sudjiman
    www.davidsudjiman.info
  • Hi,

    I have found one weird problem in distribute list. I did this lab with all the instructions given and still I was getting the routes FROM R3 and not from R2, then I checked the solution and found I did the right thing! I don't know whats wrong.

    And I am a CCNP trainer so I remeber one time I was teaching and gave some EIGRP outgoing filtering work to students and oddly some students got it done but some didn't get the result with Exactly same configuration!! 

    so is it just me or someone else has seen weird behaviour of distribute list or is it any IOS or GNS error?

    Looking forward for a reply.....

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