Hi.I am trying to do an unequal cost load balancing across 2 routers on a remote location(routers 3 and 4 in the picture).The link on router 3 is 2 Mbits and 1 Mbit on router 4.They have HSRP between them in case one of them fails(with router 3 being primary).
They are all in the same EIGRP AS.
Router 1 is propagating the default static towards the firewall and the networks beyond it.
The problem is that from router 4 I can see both paths with the default route(across router 2 and 1) but from router 3 I can see only the default route across router 1.Probably because reported distance across router 4 is greater than FD.
I was trying to raise variance on the route but to no success because I still can't see the route across router 4.
How can I make router 3 to see the default route across router 4 and achieve load balancing?
I included a rough picture of the topology below.
As i said earlier ur Feasible condition is not met.So try to maniputate the delay or B/w (recommended delay component) for the route via R4 so that the metric is less than ur FD.Then try to load balance it if unequal metric with variance cmd..
((Edited:))say ur edited post now.yes i think it would work if u make hsrp primary as R4,as the routing table there have routes for both.But just remember failing of R4 would again cause u the same situation..