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  1. Hi Rene,
    Very Good Explanation!

    Thanks,
    SV

  2. Hi Rene,

    If we are connected different clients with a L3 Switch , we can used this command (Passive Interface) to stop hello packet to clients.

    My question is , if make Passive Interface Defaults on all interface (directly connected to other router) should Adjacency will be there or will be stop ?

    Thanks …

    Regards

    Adil Khan

  3. Hi Adil,

    The adjacency will be killed. If you use passive-interface on all interfaces then you need to use no passive-interface for the interfaces that require an EIGRP neighbor adjacency.

    Rene

  4. Great and easy to understand lesson. I would only make one request on this for something to be added.
    in my lab of this lesson everything went smoothly. Only thing I had some hiccups on that I had to search was the following.

    I knew how to setup from the lesson the default command for passive interface. However, for some reason I was thinking “incorrectly” that I needed to setup the no passive-interface command under the interfaces… I tried a few times but it was not working for obvious reasons as that was the wrong place. Its small thing and I quickly d

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