what is the correct answer for this Q?
EIGRP has been configured on all links. The spoke nodes have been configured as EIGRP
stubs, and the WAN links to R3 have higher bandwidth and lower delay than the links to
R4. When a link failure occurs at the R1-R2 link, what happens to traffic on R1 that is
destined for a subnet attached to R2?
a. R1 has no route to R2 and drops the traffic
b. R1 load-balances across the paths through R3 and R4 to reach R2
c. R1 forwards the traffic to R3, but R3 drops the traffic
d. R1 forwards the traffic to R3 in order to reach R2
Some say A other say D