if i have 3 routers connected and all have LANs behind them too.
i issue the >show ip route command and i see couple of routes that were learned via EIGRP and couple as Directly-Connected.
so when a host on the LAN sends a packet - will the router prefer the "Directly-Connected"(C) path?
i think that he will because the administrative distance is the smallest in directly connected routes, hence the most fast. am i right?