here it goes, IF I have eigrp on my rouert and id i put one statice route on the same router then , rtr will take static route first. But if that interface goes down then does eigrp route the traffice thro' other interface!!!
When a Cisco router has multiple routes for the same destination, it uses the concept of Administrative Distance (AD) as a measure of believability of the route. A lower AD is considered to be better.
By default, static routes will have an AD of 1 and will be used in preference to EIGRP routes, which have an AD of 90 (they could also have an AD of 5 for summary routes and an AD of 170 for external routes).
You can give a static route a higher AD to make it less preferable. For example, to give a static route an AD of 200, you could do:
The static route by default will take precedence over the EIGRP learned routes. However, if the static route points to an IP and there exists a recursive route to the destination address the static route will remain in the table.
If you specify the static route with an interface and IP address - then when the interface goes down - the route is removed from the table.
ip route 184.108.40.206 255.255.255.255 FastEthernt 0/4 192.168.1.1
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