We have two cisco routers 2821 and 3845. They both have same LAN subnets and are interconnected. However, both these units route to the internet thru two different ISPs. My question is: how can we set up the 3845 (main router) to failover to the 3821? Meaning that if the cisco 3845 WAN connection (ISP1) fails, then all internet requests will be rerouted to ISP2 on cisco 3821.
Good advice. I believe that HSRP would be the best way to go. It works same way as VRRP feature set on other branded routers. But in our case, we would like to have both routers active and accessing the internet at the same time thru both ISPs. Could that be possible?
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