I have one more doubt.When will the EIGRP router queries its neighbor about a route,if it doesn't know how to reach the destination(no particular entry in routing table).So if any route fails it will mark it as SIA.
If a router loses a route from its routing table, it will first consult with the EIGRP topology table to see if there is a feasible successor that it can use as a successor route in the routing table. If not, then it will classify the route as beng active, query its neighbors for reachability information, start a 3-minute timer and wait for a response. If no response is received within that 3 minute time period, the route will become classified as stuck-in-active, and the process repeats itself.
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