I have a problem that I am working on and wondering if somebody can help me out. We have dual 10 Mbps TLS circuits from our facility to another Regional office. I have configured floating static routes for the metro E; however, the problem with this is that if the metro E drops somewhere in our path, the routers won't both detect a drop in the circuit because they still have a connection to the next hop device. Therefore, the routers never install the floating route. Is there anyway around this?
The other way out is to run any dynamic routing protocol. In ur case, as i presume, there are small number of network devices, the best way is to run RIP on all the available links towards a particular destination.
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