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Author:  rajat.smart1 [ Fri Apr 15, 2011 1:44 am ]
Post subject:  How to test Load Balancing in EIGRP?

Hi

In my topology both routes are installed to a particular destination. I have achieved this with the help of variance. The problem is that when I am tried to ping interface R5( f1/0 ) i.e. 5.4.6.5/8 it is going through one path only.
I tried with the below command and got the attached response at R1 and when I am checking on interface s0/0 on R3 and R6 with sh int s0/0 command the response was the same as I have attached in the attachment while the ping was in progress.

R1# ping 5.4.6.5 size 8000 repeat 500

Kindly let me know if the load balancing can actually be tested in GNS3 without using no ip cef command or any other command needs to be entered to get this working.

Regards
Rajat

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File comment: EIGRP LAB
EIGRP LAB.JPG
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File comment: interface status of R6 s0/0 while ping is in progress
R6 Console int serial 0.JPG
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File comment: interface status of R3 s0/0 while ping is in progress
R3 Console int serial 0.JPG
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File comment: Ping response at R1 while trying to ping 5.4.6.5
R1 console ping response.JPG
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File comment: This picture displays the eigrp routes installed in R1.
Pls check for 5.0.0.0/8 only

R1 console.JPG
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Author:  benobiwan [ Tue Aug 09, 2011 5:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: How to test Load Balancing in EIGRP?

have you try to use traceroute?

Author:  steven0829 [ Sun Sep 04, 2011 3:27 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to test Load Balancing in EIGRP?

What you need to do is:

1. Disable CEF
2. Enable per-packet load-sharing on the interfaces by applying "ip load-sharing per-packet"

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