You have two paths for the 10.10.10.0 network - one that has a feasible distance of 3072 and the other of 6144
What do you need to do to load balance your EIGRP routes?
To load balance EIGRP routes, you need to configure EIGRP to use multiple paths. This is done using the maximum paths command, which specifies the maximum number of paths that can be used for a given destination network. Therefore, option A is the correct answer.
Changing the configuration so that both paths have the same feasible distance (option B) would make them equal cost paths and EIGRP would automatically load balance between them, but this is not the most efficient method because it may not be possible to change the feasible distance of the two paths.
Option C, changing the variance for the path that has a feasible distance of 3072 to 2, is not the correct answer because the variance command is used to modify the metric of the EIGRP route and is not used to load balance between paths.
Option D, changing the IP addresses so both paths have the same source IP address, is not the correct answer because the source IP address does not affect how EIGRP load balances between paths.
In summary, to load balance EIGRP routes, you need to configure the maximum paths command to specify the maximum number of paths that can be used for a given destination network.