|Exam 400-101||Question id=159||Layer 3 Technologies|
How does having an EIGRP feasible successor speed up convergence?
EIGRP sends queries only if there is a feasible successor, which decreases the number of routers that are involved in convergence.|
EIGRP sends queries only if there is not a feasible successor, which causes less control traffic to compete with data.|
EIGRP immediately installs the loop-free alternative path in the RIB.|
EIGRP preinstalls the feasible successor in the RIB in all cases, which causes traffic to switch more quickly.|