we have the following scenario. 2 Firewall Active/Standby are facing 2 routers configured with HSRP.
is it possible in order to achieve LOAD Balancing for certain destination traffic to have 2 static routes having same AD but different next hop ? ( each route pointing to different physical IP address of the router and not to the virtual IP address ).
You can achieve link level redundancy not load balance in your current setup.
Run BGP between your routers and the PE routers. And also an IGP protocol running between your gateway routers.
For acheiving load balancing between your links, you may run GLBP instead of HSRP on your gateway routers. EBGP between your routers and the PE routers. And also an IGP protocol running between your gateway routers.
May be other Gurus here, will give you better suggesstions :)
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