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  1. Hello Rene,

    Can you show us more examples using summarization? it’s an easy topic but I would like to see another scenarios :slight_smile:

    Thanks!!!

  2. Amit,
    Only on the router where the summarization is configured does the Query process stop–not on the router that originates the Query. So for example, if you have three routers A, B, and C with a topology of A—B---C. B has created a summary, say 10.10.0.0/16. Suppose Router A has a route 10.10.10.0/24 that goes active. Router A will still send the Query message to B, but B will see that 10.10.10.0/24 is contained within its own configured summary of 10.10.0.0/16. This will cause Router B to stop propagation of the Query to router C. Additionally, Router

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  3. Hello Ryan

    I notice that in your show IP route command, no EIRGP routes show up. This tells me that for some reason, no EIGRP neighbours have been created. You should at least see the 192.168.1.0 and 192.168.2.0 subnets separately show up. Check the neighbour table to see that they have successfully created an adjacancy. Before you configure any EIGRP summarization, try to get EIGRP alone to function correctly. Then you can add the summarization commands.

    I hope this has been helpful.

    Laz

  4. Yes, thank you very much!

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