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  1. Hello René.

    Great basic DMVPN lab but i have a request:

    A DMVPN lab with 2 ISP’s (Multihoming) and load balancing using EIGRP Add-Path Support. I have had a hard time understanding the concept of that.

  2. Thanks Andrew I was able to get it to work with the 7200 image

    Rene- I could not located the 3725 image you are using, what is the filename of it? as I would like to have it as well for sake of consistency.

  3. Hi Stephen,

    The 3725 image I used for most GNS3Vault labs is c3725-adventerprisek9-mz.124-15.T7.bin. Any of the other T versions should be fine.


  4. Hi Rene,

    I am a little bit confused here. When you advertise a default route with EIGRP, normally the spokes already have a default route (static maybe) because they are connected to the internet. in this case the EIGRP default route will not show in the routing table as it has a higher AD. and at the same time we cannot remove the default static route as we need it for the internet and also to reach the Hub router. To me, advertising a EIGRP default route here does not make sense because it will not be used. i was wondering if we can see a real summarization e

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  5. I configured ip nhrp redirect on the hub, and ip nhrp shortcut on the spokes, I am also using 15.2(4)M6 but ip nhrp redirect doesn’t work

    traceroute source loopback 0 still hits the hub first
    Tracing the route to
    VRF info: (vrf in name/id, vrf out name/id)
      1 28 msec 16 msec 24 msec
      2 40 msec 16 msec *

    Please advise

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