By default, how does EIGRP determine the metric of a route for the routing table?

By | November 19, 2022

  • A. It uses the bandwidth and delay values of the path to calculate the route metric.
  • B. It uses a default metric of 10 for all routes that are learned by the router.
  • C. It counts the number of hops between the receiving and destination routers and uses that value as the metric.
  • D. It uses a reference bandwidth and the actual bandwidth of the connected link to calculate the route metric.
Answer: Option A.
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