Hi. This is my first post here so please bear with me \r\n\r\nI currently have 2 Cisco routers, let's call them A and B, running IOS Version 12.1(8b)E19, which currently are currently running EIGRP and BGP between them. They are interlinked with 2 DS3's which do load balancing per packet. I have almost not problems in terms of routing troubleshooting, but this one has me puzzled.\r\n\r\nI have network 192.168.10.0/24 subeneted in routers as follows:\r\n\r\n192.168.10.0/29 on router A\r\n192.168.10.8/29 on router B\r\n192.168.10.16/29 on router B\r\n192.168.10.24/27 on router B\r\n192.168.10.64/27 on router B\r\n192.168.10.96/27 on router B\r\n\r\nThe only subnet I have a problem with is 192.168.10.24/27. It seems that in spite of having the network configured as a /27 (it's added in one active interface as "ip address 192.168.10.25 255.255.255.224 sec" ), the router only sees the ip as a /29. I can't ping anything beyond 192.168.10.31 and .31 replies as a broadcast address.\r\n\r\nFurthermore, the routing table on both routers shows the first 8 ip's as members of a /27 block, but when ip check the route for 192.168.10.32 and beyond, it does not appear in the routing table. \r\n\r\nBoth routers have ip classless and ip subnet zero configured on them. \r\n\r\nIs there a way to make the complete subnet appear in the routing table? or is it just the way VLSM works? Im aware that it's best to use the first ips of the /24 for the larger subnets, but I did not configure this. Im just trying to troubleshoot it but so far I have not found any contrete info which explains why this happens. \r\n\r\nBoth routers have eigrp configured as follows\r\n\r\nrouter eigrp 100\r\nno auto-summary\r\nnetwork 192.168.10.0\r\nredistribute connected\r\nno eigrp log-neighborgh-changes\r\n\r\nCan anybody explain why this is? \r\n\r\nThanks.