If I understand your question correctly, the answer is that the successor route appears in both the topology table and in the routing table. A feasible successor appears in the topology table and is the feasible replacement if the successor route becomes unavailable.
Wait, if i can see the sucessor in the result of "sh ip eigrp topo" then, the successor is placed in routing table and topology table... this is my question, where is placed the successor route? I can say "the sucessor route is placed in topology and routing table".
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