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  1. Tunnel interface ip is not required.is it not necessary?

  2. IPv6 uses the link-local addresses as the next-hop for routing entries so there is no need to configure a "global" IPv6 address.

  3. Hello,
    I see that you are using multiple interfaces, but our router is only base license.. which means we can only have up to 2 interfaces(that are not psychical).

    Will it be possible with only 2 interfaces and(loopback 0&1) and have the tunnel psychical? I see that you write that it can be psychical, but what kind of changes would we need to do if so?

  4. aujla3 says:

    Whenever a loopback goes down our IGP (EIGRP in this example) could find another path (if there is another path).

    should the above read whenever a physical interface goes down? because a loopback should never go down.

  5. That's a typo for sure. Just fixed it, thanks for letting me know.

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