Good morning. I have three Catalyst 3750 installed in different locations. I have configured Layer 3 capabilities in them. I would like to know if it is possible that when I include one static route in one of them, this route could be automaticaly configured in the other two switches.
Gilles, I know how RIP, IGRP, OSPF or BGP work. That is not the question.
When you configure RIP to propagate static routes, the other routers obtain a new route using the router that has the static routes as the gateway to these subnets. But I don't want this.
I would like that, if you configure a static route in one Layer 3 switch, this static route appears at other Layer 3 switch automatically, without changes. The switches are not in a stacking configuration.
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