When will a router that is running EIGRP put a destination network in the active state?

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When will a router that is running EIGRP put a destination network in the active state? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 5 months ago
When will a router that is running EIGRP put a destination network in the active state?

  • when the EIGRP domain is converged
  • when there is outgoing traffic toward the destination network
  • when there is an EIGRP message from the successor of the destination network
  • when the connection to the successor of the destination network fails and there is no feasible successor available

Explanation: If the connection to the successor of a network is lost and there is no feasible successor in the topology database, DUAL will put the network into the active state and actively query the neighbors for a new successor. In a normal circumstance when the network is reachable and traffic is normal, the network will be put in the passive mode.

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