unequal cost load balancing eigrp

fluk3dfluk3d Posts: 141Member
I want to make sure I'm wrapping my head around this concept of unequal cost load balancing how does that factor with the feasible successor does it automatically use that path to route traffic?

I read through this article and it made sense but the concept of having a FS and using variance is mixing me up. I know that the FS is the alternate path calculated by the feasibility condition but does it auto-magically get used when choosing the proper multiplier when issuing variance?

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  • networker050184networker050184 Posts: 11,962Mod Mod
    Yes it is used automatically and a route must be an FS for it to be considered for variance.
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  • fluk3dfluk3d Posts: 141Member
    Thank you that explains it!
    "Imagination is more important than knowledge." - Albert Einstein
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