In article <D397A7FACCC45A44A0A207FD892961EA6F33FE@RIOVOUGA> you wrote:
> I would like to know how IP multipath works, and how I can setup it.
> What about if the destination is unreachble from one route ? Is the network
> traffic redirected to the other routes? Thanks in advance.
Depends on your configuration. IP Multipath (i.e. rerouting) works on
a) link level (i.e. bonding)
b) local static routs (i.e. neighbour alive discovery)
c) dyn routing (i.e. RIP/OSPF)
In WAN Situations Interior and Exterior Routing Protocols are used which
find sooner/later a new route to an destionation (if there is one).
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