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How does a router behave when some of the fragments of a packet is lost?

Routers typically do not care about fragmentation. They pass things on exactly as they receive them. (unless it's the source of the fragmentation.) As such, the router will be unaware of missing ...
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Redundant IP link aggregation for failover operation without route failure detection

in case you still longing for an answer, try search "Parallel Redundancy Protocol".It greatly matches what you imagined. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_Redundancy_Protocol#:~:text=...
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