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Which of the following is not a common failure that may occur in the EIGRP routing?
Routes are missing from the topology or routing table.
Failure to form neighbor relationships.
EIGRP routes stuck in Active State.
Indirectly connected routers are not recorded into the neighbor table.
Routes are not being redistributed into the protocol.
The neighbor table keeps the IP addresses of routers that have physical connection with the local router. Routers that are not connected to this router (or are indirectly connected through another) are not recorded in this table, because they are not considered neighbors. All other answers are normal failures that can happen in the EIGRP routing. For more information refer to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EnhancedInteriorGatewayRoutingProtocol
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