I'm not sure, but as I understand Cisco Express Forwarding uses the path information in the IP routing table to balance traffic over multiple links. And not important what you use OSPF, EIGRP or static routes. I suppose IP Base enough for load balancing.
Thank you jazZz and Reza, but I'm referring to equal cost load balancing via a static route. and according to the link below we need the ip services SW for the dynamic routing LoadBalancing but there is nothing for Static routing LoadBalancing
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