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4G-Lte as primary and 4g-lte as backup.

Hi,

I am  working on a project which requires 4G-Lte as primary internet connection and 4Glte as failover back connection. I was able to configure the ISR with primary and backup 4g and failover works great.   The issue i have is that my primary ISP only allows 10Gig data download/upload, after which they charge per gig.  I would like to find out a way with which i can failover to my secondary backup connection when my primary ISP reaches the 10Gig Limit.  Did anyone try this out ? Does this work for anyone ?

Thanks

Syed

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4G-Lte as primary and 4g-lte as backup.

You could use a timer event and periodically check the output bytes to see if you hit the 10GB limit.  The logic would be to run something like:

show int cell0 | inc packets output

Then parse the result to get the byte:

regexp {output, (\d+) bytes} $_cli_result -> bytes

Then set bytes to a floating point number:

set bytes "${bytes}.0"

Then divide to get GB:

set gbytes [expr $bytes / 1024.0 / 1024.0 / 1024.0]

Then test to see if it's above your threshold:

if { $bytes >= 10.0 } {

    # Perform CLI to fail over to backup link

}

Given the potential for large numbers, I think you'll need Tcl for this solution.

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