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Static default route to GLBP

Hi all,

Today we have our static default route to a HSRP address.

We want to change this static default and point it to a GLBP address.

Should this work?

The resond why we don't use a dynamic routing protocol is our backbone switches have wrong IOS version.

regards Jan Rockstedt

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Re: Static default route to GLBP

Hmm, not sure really - I usually use ping -f from Unix and watch the packet counts on the interface.

I guess you could use something like WAN killer (Solarwinds). Or some other type of traffic generator.

Please rate any useful posts :-)

Nick

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Re: Static default route to GLBP

I can't see any reason why it wouldn't, no.

Is there any reason why you ask?

Nick

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Re: Static default route to GLBP

Hi Nick,

Nice. :-)

Just want to dubble check before implemention.

Any sugestion for a tool to test the GLBP in windows?

Jan

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Re: Static default route to GLBP

Hmm, not sure really - I usually use ping -f from Unix and watch the packet counts on the interface.

I guess you could use something like WAN killer (Solarwinds). Or some other type of traffic generator.

Please rate any useful posts :-)

Nick

Re: Static default route to GLBP

A trace from different stations to the default gateway. Because if you use the same station it will go to the same gateway.

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