I found in cisco documentation that per destination load balancing is the default configuration of CEF. My question is, does FIB table next-hop (adjacency) change? Let's say, if my router has two links (Serial 0 and Serial 1) to destination network B. CEF points the FTP traffic to Serial 0 and Once Network A stops sending traffic. does FIB flush it's table? Let's say the same FTP traffic to the same source and destination (Network A to Network B) will the traffic have a chance to route the traffic to Serial1?
Network A ------Router--------Serial 0 ----------------Network B
2) Let's say the same FTP traffic to the same source and destination (Network A to Network B) will the traffic have a chance to route the traffic to Serial1?
No, "for load balancing on IP address basis a hashcode is generated out of the addresses. ... For any given pair of source and destination addresses the hashcode is always the same, thus guaranteeing that always the same path is used."
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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