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I have been reading the article on this link:
https://ccieblog.co.uk/eigrp/eigrp-query-scoping-using-summarisation
when the link between R8 and R9 fails, why do the queries "who has the route to 10.1.0.0" has to go all the way to Router R6 in order to have a Reply.
Why not just R2 or R1 can reply to the query or  the farthest it can go is up to R3 and they can reply with "I do not have the route"

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Good link
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