I have configured Floating static routes with for failover scenario between two sites.When I unplugged the PRIMARY CONNECTION cable from SITE A then I could not see SITE B using BACKUP CONNECTION until I asked somebody to UNPLUG the PRIMARY CONNECTION cable from SITE B.Does this mean that FAILOVER will not kick in until both sides of the cable of a connection are disconnected ?
Unless the connection is a direct point to point connection and the failure involves Site B going operationally down (Site B fails or the cable is severed....basically anything that interferes with L2 keepalives), the floating static route will never be installed in the routing table and you will suffer packet loss ...
The other poster is correct in saying you need object interface tracking ...
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