- A. The advertised distance is calculated by a downstream neighbor to inform the local router of the bandwidth on the link.
- B. The router calculates the feasible distance of all paths to the destination route.
- C. The router must use the advertised distance as the metric for any given route.
- D. The router calculates the best backup path to the destination route and assigns it as the feasible successor.
- E. The router calculates the reported distance by multiplying the delay on the exiting interface by 256.
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