you can configure a floatint static route for one interface. Lets say , like u said, that you have two interfaces on a router via which you want routing, if one fails, the other comes into action, rite?
I am assuming you are aware of your destination network i.e. its not the internet you are routing to. Well, you can use a dynamic routing protocol for one interface, configure the other interface to use a static or default route. Then that static or default route can be given a higher admnin distance and can also be redistributed into your dynamic routing table, for other routers to know about it.
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