In the final section of this chapter, we are going to be looking at branch office routing solutions, specifically across Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnels and floating static routes.
Floating Static Routes
Floating static routes are commonly used for backup connections in medium-sized branch office implementations, although they can also be used in full-sized branch office implementations. Floating static routes are simply static routes that are configured with a higher administrative distance than the primary route, which can either be statically configured or learned dynamically using a routing protocol. To demonstrate the use of floating static . . .
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