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Cisco ASA – Administrative Distance and Metric

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Cisco ASA – More Static Route Tracking (SLA Monitoring)

Static route tracking (a.k.a SLA monitoring) is a simple method that the Cisco ASA uses to track the availability of a static route. It allows the Cisco ASA to remove static routes from its routing table if it thinks that the routes are not available. The Cisco ASA monitors the “reachability” of an IP address […]

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