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default routes question or any way to do the rebundant

  • From: ann kok
  • Date: Thu Mar 20 13:27:36 2008
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ls it possible to have 2 default routes?
or how can I do the rebundant when the route is still
working either eth1 or eth2 down?

Router2 eth1 eth2 eth3

ip route 
ip route


ip route 
ip route 2

Router1 eth eth2 eth3

host1 connects R2 couldn't ping host2 connects R1 when the link is


i am using freebsd router

Thank you for your help

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