'Backroute' is a lightweight shell script, that monitors a primary router, and switches to a backup router and back as the primary router comes back online. Backroute is useful if you want to have automatic router failover to a backup router, but want to avoid the complexities of dynamic routing daemons.
released on 2 October 2003
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