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FAILOVER FOR INTERNET ACCESS URGENT

Can anyone kindly provide me a writeup and solution on the aforementioned subject.

I currently have a Netcom vsat internet access at 128/128kbps as our

primary link and a radio internet access as backup

whenever the vsat goes down.

I would like;

1. the primary to failover to the backup when the primary is down

2. the failover to be seemless to users

3. to know, at administrator level, when the primary link goes down

during failover

4. the system to automatically switch back to the primary link when

the primary link becomes live again

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Re: FAILOVER FOR INTERNET ACCESS URGENT

Hi,

You would have to provide more details regarding your setup to understand your scenario precisely before suggesting a solution.

Typically for outbound internet access, a floating static might provide a handy solution.

However it depends on your network topology.

Where is the vsat link terminated? Which device ip?

How is your radio link terminated, in which device?

Which device does routing in your network?

How this routing device is connected to the components mentioned by you and your LAN users.?

A simple network diagram with ip addresses/segments involved might throw some light on your setup for us to understand it.

-VJ

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Re: FAILOVER FOR INTERNET ACCESS URGENT

Where is the vsat link terminated? Which device ip? ip modem

How is your radio link terminated, in which device? device has ip address

Which device does routing in your network?1700

How this routing device is connected to the components mentioned by you and your LAN users.? 1700 to switch

cud not attach the sketch but will keep trying

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