What is an EIGRP successor for a destination network?

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What is an EIGRP successor for a destination network?

  • the next hop on the primary route with the smallest feasible distance to the destination
  • the next hop on a backup route with the largest feasible distance to the destination
  • the next hop on a backup route with the smallest feasible distance to the destination
  • the next hop on the primary route with the largest feasible distance to the destination

Explanation: The successor is the first next-hop router for the successor route (primary route). A successor route is a route with the lowest-metric path to reach a destination network (feasible distance).

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