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  1. hi Rene ,
    Correct order should be as below . The same will apply at PE2. When I try with GNS3 , I only found out that. Again, thanks for enlighten us. Your lessons are simple and clear. Especially QOS and mpls lesson you make me very easy. By the way , please teach us Multicast basic as well. :smiley:

    PE1(config)#router eigrp 1
    PE1(config-router)#address-family ipv4 vrf CUSTOMER 
    PE1(config-router)#autonomous-system 1

  2. Hello Fabio,

    Good question, this is something that MPLS VPN does. Here’s an article from Cisco that explains it:

    https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/ios/12_0s/feature/guide/seipecec.html

    the EIGRP routes in Site 1 are carried through the BGP core network as iBGP routes. The EIGRP routes in “Site 1” and “Site 2” are converted to iBGP routes and EIGRP extended community attributes are appended to the iBGP routes. (See Table 1 for a description of these attributes.) The EIGRP extended community attributes are appended to the EIGRP routes when they are redistri

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  3. Any luck on the EIGRP SoO lesson yet Rene? :wink:

    Cost Communities are actually a huge part of MPLS VPN.

    The lessons idea button doesn’t seem to be working btw.

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