In the Cisco CCNA training book written by Todd Lammle,i could find ou the following problem.
The question was :
Which EIGRP table lists all possible backup route?
Choices were :
A Topology table
B Routing table
C Neighbor table
D ARP cache
E Feasible successor
The answer gave is E but i answered A.
As my knowledge is concerned, there are only three sorts of table used by EIGRP: routing, topology and neigbhor tables . I never heard that a feasible successor table also exits.
In the answer explanation the author gave, he has written :
answer E : Feasible successors are routes that can be surfaced to the routing table, should a primary route become unavailable.
I agree with the definition of feasible successor but don't about the answer E given.
May somebody helps my ming?
Thx in advance...
Yep - you are all over this great job. There is no such table as a Feasible Successor Table. In EIGRP we have the Routing Table, the Topology Table, and the Neighbor Table. The correct answer here is Topology Table.
Anthony J. Sequeira