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RouterA,B and C are connected up together and they both have seperate Ethernet segments connected to them. All interfaces are being advertised into EIGRP. Defaults are in place.The no summary command is being used. the LAN network connected to router B fails. What will happen as a result? and what could potentially occur afterwards?



A. Router B will not send out any queries because of no summary
B. Router B sends out query packets to A and C
C. Routers A and C will query Router B
D. Queries will be sent around in a loop
E. If a reply comes back from Router C but not A then B goes SIA

This question is part of CCNP~EIGRP
Asked by Furrybear, Last updated: Sep 11, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Jan 02, 2017

Router B sends out query packets to A and C
If a reply comes back from Router C but not A then B goes SIA
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