Yes, you are right, I should have paid closer attention to the output, however, what I replied still apply to RADIX_MPATH in general.
Now, when I first introduced RADIX_MPATH, to get the (not always even) general load balancing among interfaces attached to the same prefix, you only need to add the following additional host routes, as in:
Li, Qing <qing.li@blue...> wrote: > > The route selection is based on a hash function of source-ip and > destination-ip when RADIX_MPATH is enabled. You do not need to perform > specific actions, other than perhaps setting varying weights on each > entry as an option. So depends on the traffic destination the chosen > route may always be the same one.
These comments suggest that there are multiple routes to be selected from. However, this output:
suggests that there is only ONE default route, pointing to ONE interface, igb0. Without an extra default route that is also pointing to igb1, I can't see how the system woudl ever forward traffic out igb1, unless it was directed to the local /25.
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