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Re: Static routes posted 06/03/2008
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Jenifer,

Newer IOS's allow you to use route tracking with static routes. Using route
tracking and IP SLA would give you the option to track the opposite
interface using ICMP.

HTH

On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 10:55 AM, jenifer Dcosta <jeniferdcosta@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> Hi experts,
>
> There r 2 routers connected to each other by 2 redundant paths and static
> routes are being used
>
> to reach each other obivously on both side static routes r used on both
> routers and they r doing
>
> load balancing, no dynamic routing protocols.Suppose 1 link between 2
> routers goes down the
>
> traffic on 1 link is now black holed because router does'nt come to know
> that the route is down.
>
> Can any body help me with the solution i want to use static routes only and
> also i want to do load
>
> balancing,
>
> Regards,
> Jenifer
>
>
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