What is an administrative distance of 0 mean?

A.) 0 means unbelievable

B.) 0 is for EIGRP

C.) 0 is the default distance for directly connected networks

D.) 0 means unreachable

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What is an administrative distance of 0 mean? A.) 0 means unbelievable B.) 0 is for EIGRP C..

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