I have a couple of static routes entered so that a couple of specific IP targets get redirected to another router on my network, and sent out through a second ISP connection. I occasionally want to disable those static routes, such that those targets go through my main router (and thus, main ISP). There is no "disable" option for static routes, only delete. Me being the lazy one that I am, I don't want to have to look up those ip addresses and have to re-enter them every time. So can I just edit those static routes to point back to the main router? Or would that cause some kind of redundant loop?
In other words, lets say I have two routers: 192.168.1.1 (primary), and 192.168.1.2 (secondary). If I have a static route entered on the primary router to redirect traffic to 126.96.36.199 the secondary router (i.e. a static route with that address, with 192.168.1.2 entered as the gateway), can I just edit the "2" to a "1" when I want to switch that destination back to the primary router, or does that somehow cause issues since that's redundant to the default route?