Yes, it is possible to use load balancing with static routes. In fact, it does not depend on the type of routes, whether they are static or learned from a dynamic routing protocol, as the load balancing is a function of using the routing table, not populating it.
You would simply configure multiple static routes to the same destination with different next hop addresses or different egress interfaces (applicable only if the interface is a point-to-point technology like PPP, HDLC, simple GRE tunnel, etc.). As a result, the routing table will contain multiple paths to the same destination, and the router will perform load balancing automatically.
Starting from NFVIS 3.12 versions, the deploy option does not depict all the SR-IOV VFs(Virtual Functions) available in a physical interface. This change is introduced as (i) the number of VFs of ENCS platform on LANs side is increased to 24 and (ii) the...
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Hi alli have 40 spots (40 Ethernet cables for computers coming out from switch) and i want each of these spots to have fix IP which means if i swap the computer the IP of certain spot remain the same.example : at spot 30 i have IP address of 192.168.22.40...
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