What can be the Reason, that the Workload or Press on Interface of Core 1 (From MLS 1 Side) in this Network is more, although there is staic Route config with 1 metric to the to core 2 (From MLS ) ,and to the Core 1 the static metric is 5.
also on both MLS the Config is so:
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 Core2
0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 core1 5
* is i look on mls1 and to, i see that the Output packet to core 2 is more, so it work like the config.
what can be the Reason, that the Interface of core 1 (from MLS1 Side ) has more press in the Monotoring Statics.
*the Config. on Cores are static route to both Mls but without Metric .
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