I am having the confusion how EIGRP Summary works with query. The example topology is given below.
In the illustrated attached network, all routers are configured to run EIGRP on all links.
Router B is configured to only send a summary route to D,E and F. If the link between A and B fails, what is the maximum number of queries C will receive for 192.168.1.0/24, given that all the packets transmitted during convergence are transmitted once ? Will D, E or F receive any queries
Can you please clarify me how it works.
Here i have difference of opinion based on the knowledge i have. Feasible successor is not taken into account because it is not populated in the routing table. For example, if the Router is replying that it is having the route to destination being queried, and if that route is in topology table instead of routing table, then what is the use?
You're close, but with EIGRP query to EIGRP neigbor router. The EIGRP neigbor router is going to check its EIGRP topology table to give a reply and not its routing table. So as far as the router is concerned a Successor or Feasible successor will do. Because the purpose of the Feasible Successor is to provide a backup when the Successor is no longer available.