I have a client that is a small healthcare business. They have clinics two cities about 30 miles apart. They are connected to each other by a WAN link that the local hospital manages.
In city A, there is the hospital and one of my clients clinics.
In city B, both the hospital and my client have clinics.
In city C, there is a Data center for both the hospital and my client.
The hospital provides a WAN link between City A, B and C.
In city A, my client has a MX84 providing internet access and static routes to the hospital WAN.
In city B, my client has a Cisco router providing routes to the hospital WAN.
I purchased a MS250 with the intention of replacing the Cisco Router in city B with it. Unfortunately, the Cisco routers are using eigrp routing protocol which the MS250 does not support.
I am not sure of the best way to integrate the MS250 into the network.
Any help or insights would be appreciated.
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If you can't change the routing protocol in use to OSPF or convert to static routes, you're not going to be able to use the MS250. EIGRP is Cisco's special sauce.
If EIGRP is required, I'd see if you can get your money back.
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