Started by Sagar RabidasOct 28, 2021

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Why is EIGRP and RIP uses IP TTL of 2 (CISCO)?

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Thru my research on CCNP course, while sniffing EIgrp packets, I noticed that packets have IP TTL of two. I additionally validated this for rip. OSPF doesn't have this assets when you consider that it's link state.

Why does the EIGRP and rip have IP TTL of 2?

I already asked one CCIE man or woman, however he did not know.

I came to trust that this could have something to do with frame relay hub&spoke topologies. For example hub routing EIGRP multicasts from one spoke to every other (assuming subinterfaces)?

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