That's another thing: ECMP is not configured on the virtual router, but the two routes with same AD values are always displayed as ECMP routes
Based on my lab observations, this seems to be an expected behavior i.e. if two routes with the same-prefix length and same AD value are configured, they are displayed as ECMP routes. If we vary the AD values, the 'E' flag on both the routes disappear.
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