The performance will be fine since what is worng with this is the amount of static route you will need to manage manually. But the performance should be okay if not better since there is no routing table that needs to be updated and populated dynamically.
Thanks guys. The bunch of static routes are just for routing optimization. the redundancy is achieved by 2 default routes. The difficulty to manage hundreds of static routes manually is anticipated. As long as the switch can handle such a big routing table, it's fine.
Mohamed, not sure what you're referring to, can you pls elaborate a little bit? thx.
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