1. Please does keep alife work on physical inteface. I have two links to branch router, I notice if I pass the static routes through physical interface,the links wont fail over,but if I use tunnel,they will.
2.what command can i use to know when last a router was modified.
3. Will GLBP work on links from two service providers on a single route.
4.can i do load balancing without running dynamic routing.
1. Yes, on physical interfaces you can configure keepalive with the "keepalive" command (how interesting:).
Please check if your interfaces are configured with the "no keepalive" commands.
2. "show running-config" will show you the date when the config was last modified in one of its first rows of output.
3. GLBP is designed for load balancing. It will load balance traffic from the hosts to the default gateways and traffic on the ISP facing interfaces, if 2 (or more) routers connect to different ISPs for example.
GLBP will not do load balancing on a single router when this router is connected to 2 different ISPs, or even with 2 links to the same branch router.
4. Yes, GLBP should work when static routes are configured on the routers.
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