Which two statements accurately describe an EIGRP successor route? (Choose two.)
- It is flagged as active in the routing table.
- It is the route with the highest path metric to reach a destination.
- It is saved in the topology table for use if the primary route fails.
- It may be backed up by a feasible successor route.
- It is used by EIGRP to forward traffic to the destination.
Explanation: The successor route is the route with the lowest path metric to reach a destination. A feasible successor route is a route that satisfies the feasibility condition and is maintained as a backup route. The successor route is displayed on the topology table with a “P” (passive) code, meaning the topology is stable.