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Pls help

I m having internet router 2600 series..

Which has 2 mbps leased line circuit.. Recently we have upgraded 2 mpbs to 4mbps.. Now traffic is flowing through both interfaces int s0/0 and s0/1..

which is having static route

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 s0/0

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 s0/1

How traffic is flowing through both interfaces .. Both having static route and administrative distance also same.. when the packet reaches router,how packets forwarded to the interfaces..

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Re: Pls help

Hi,

1.In show interface are you seeing input/output count increasing for both interfaces ?

2.You can usually use the show ip route command to find equal cost routes , as added by you as static default routes.

3.There is an asterisk (*) next to one of the route block entries . This corresponds

to the active route that is used for new traffic by the router.

4.The term 'new traffic' corresponds to a single packet or an entire

flow to a destination, depending on the type of switching configured.

5.For process-switchingload balancing is on a per-packet basis and the asterisk (*) points to the

interface over which the next packet is sent.

6.For fast-switchingload balancing is on a per-destination basis and the asterisk (*) points to the

interface over which the next destination-based flow is sent.

7.Based on routing table lookup for process switching packet will be sent to appropriate interface

HTH...rate if helpful..

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Re: Pls help

input /output count is increasing on both interfaces..

As per your suggestion only one static route at a time will it work???

How the traffic count increasing on both interfaces..?

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