03-17-2010, 10:20 PM

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Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EIGRP#Feasi..._Condition as the correct answer is

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than the feasible distance of the current successor.

13. (QID:NB103) Which condition must be satisfied before an EIGRP neighbor can be considered a feasible successor?

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than or equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be greater than or equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be greater than the feasible distance of the current successor.

Correct Answer: The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than or equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

Please see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EIGRP#Feasi..._Condition as the correct answer is

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than the feasible distance of the current successor.

13. (QID:NB103) Which condition must be satisfied before an EIGRP neighbor can be considered a feasible successor?

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than or equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be greater than or equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.

The advertised distance of the neighbor must be greater than the feasible distance of the current successor.

Correct Answer: The advertised distance of the neighbor must be less than or equal to the feasible distance of the current successor.