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If all router Ethernet interfaces in an EIGRP network are configured with the default EIGRP timers, how long will a router wait by default to receive an EIGRP packet from its neighbor before declaring the neighbor unreachable?

  • 10 seconds
  • 15 seconds
  • 20 seconds
  • 30 seconds
Answers Explanation & Hints:

EIGRP uses the hold time as the maximum time it should wait for receiving a hello packet (or other EIGRP packets) from its neighbor before declaring that the neighbor is unreachable. By default the hold time is 3 times greater than the hello interval. On LAN interfaces, the default hello time is 5 seconds and the default hold time is 15 seconds.

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CCNPv8 ENCOR (Version 8.0) – Chapters 6 – 7: Routing Essentials and EIGRP Exam Answers Full 100%

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