After G0/0/0 goes Down, the static route still exists, causing abnormal communication

Root cause:
Through confirmation, the device configuration is correct and the system software runs stably. Check the routing table. The outbound interface in the static route is still G0/0/1 based on the direct route and dynamic route. As a result, the static route still exists. Data forwarding is affected.
Solution: G0/0/1 is added to the static route forcibly. When G0/0/0 goes Down, the direct route does not exist. Then the static route does not exist.
For details, see After G/0/00 on an AR Router Goes Down, Its Static Route Still Exists, Causing Abnormal Communication.

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