EIGRP problem

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Hi all, we have tow routers Cisco 7204 and 1721 connected via two international links, and we use the routing protocols EIGRP, so when I tried to make a trace route from the local router to the loacal address on this router I passed via the next interface of the next Router. you can send me an repense on my Email: msalhi@systel.com.tn many thanks and best Regards, Mehrez

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I found your question a little difficult but my understanding is you did a trace route to a directly connected network and it went through the other router first.
Have you run a “show ip route” command to see what routes each router is using? Are you sure the address you traced is directly connected to the router?
It doesn’t make sense to me that a router would go through another path to reach a directly connected network unless it is misconfigured, (not really logically on that net or the target was mistyped). I remember a lab where the student was typing the wrong first byte and the router insisted on sending the packets out its default route.
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