If replies are not received from all outstanding queries, how long will an EIGRP router wait before placing a route into the SIA state?
- 3 seconds
- 60 seconds
- 120 seconds
- 180 seconds
Explanation: Occasionally, an EIGRP query is delayed. EIGRP maintains a timer (active timer), which has a default value of 180 seconds. EIGRP waits half of this timer for a reply. If the router does not receive a response within 90 seconds, the originating router sends a SIA query to EIGRP neighbors that did not respond. The router should respond within 90 seconds upon receipt of this query. If a router fails to respond before the active timer expires, the SIA state is declared for a neighbor.
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