What two conditions will result in an EIGRP route going into the active state? (Choose two.)
- The router is not sending queries.
- The successor is down.
- The network has been recalculated.
- There is no feasible successor.
- One neighbor has not met the feasibility condition.
Explanation: If a successor is no longer available, and there is no feasible successor, an EIGRP route will be put into the active state while the router actively searches for a new path to the destination.
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