You can also set up two identical routes each with an associated
interface and use the routing priority to control which one is the
interface used for the traffic. This can be useful if you want traffic
to continue if the preferred interface is down and both interfaces
will reach the destination.

On Wed, May 11, 2011 at 3:54 AM, Joe Pluta <joepluta@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Right now things are not working the way we think ("I do not think that
word means what you think it means").  Setting the preferred interface
for a .0 subnet seems to be doing exactly the opposite of what we
expect, at least when we run TRCTCPRTE.  I'm on another topic right now,
but I'll get back after I read the Schowler info and get some more
testing time.

Joe



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