OF course. You can write to static route for a destination with same admin distance (say default:1).This will basically provide per-destination load balancing (packets to host A from first route, if a new packet arfrives to another host B, from the second route and so on) for fast switching interfaces. With CEF you can achieve same per-destination or more granular per-packet load balancing.
CEF will not do per destination load sharing--it does per source/destination pair load sharing.... Process switching will do per packet, fast will do per destination (sort-of, it depends on the way in which process switched packets hit the routing table, and other factors). CEF will do per packet or per source/destination pair.
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