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10. Juli 2008

ip default-network vs. ip default-gateway

Filed under: IGP Routing,IP and IOS Features — ocsic @ 12:58

Every time a come across these commands i wonder what is the difference. Now i have looked it up … 🙂

„ip route x.x.x.x“ and „ip default-network x.x.x.x“ are the same. They are used when „ip routing“ is enabled. If not use „ip default-gateway x.x.x.x“.

If you add the ip default-network command in EIGRP, you will see the D* in your routing table, as the candidate default. Even if this is not a route to null, it will be used from all routers as it. Seems like a remaining, from the IGRP times, when no summary with was possible.


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