Which thing you can quickly verify first to resolve high CPU in EIGRP routers ?
  • Refer to the exhibit. The Route.com company is running EIGRP between all the routers. Currently, if one of the LAN links (LAN1 or LAN2) at the headquarters flaps (goes up and down), the HQ-RTR1 and HQ-RTR2 routers will experience high CPU usage and have a long EIGRP convergence time. As the new network administrator, you are asked investigate this situation and determine if there is a quick way to resolve this issue.
    Which is the most important thing that you can quickly verify first to resolve this issue?
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    A. Verify that the bandwidth setting on all WAN links is correct.
    B. Verify that the HQ-RTR1 and HQ-RTR2 routers are configured to send only a default route to all the spoke routers.
    C. Verify that the HQ-RTR1 and HQ-RTR2 routers are configured for EIGRP Nonstop Forwarding.
    D. Verify that all the spoke routers are configured for autosummarization.
    E. Verify that all the spoke routers are configured as EIGRP stub. 8)