I am in a class which conforms to the material in the Cisco Companion Guides, and I am currently using the Scaling Networks textbook.
In it, the book explains how to adjust the percentage of interface bandwidth the EIGRP process is allowed to use, and that the default is 50%.
The only reason my teacher can give as to why this limit would be reached is when EIGRP is implemented on incredibly slow links.
Is this a scenario one would ever expect to see?
Are there any other real-world scenarios in which this limit could be reached?