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Fail-Over/Shared Bandwith

What is the best Protocal to provide fail-over and shared bandwith (RIP, IGRP, EIGRP). We have

T-1-->2600--->PIX520--->3640--->192.168.1.x

&

T-1-->2600--->PIX520--->2600--->10.1.1.x

Currently the cpu's are idle. we have a total of 50 users located in the same office. Any Ideas?

Thanks,

Mike

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Re: Fail-Over/Shared Bandwith

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Re: Fail-Over/Shared Bandwith

It looks as if you have two isolated networks. Are any of the routers interconnected in any way? If so, you can just define a default route on both routers. Redistribute both into any of the protocols you mentioned. They will decide which is the closest (EIGRP has the greatest granularity of metric of the three listed). If one goes away, the other gets used.

If these T1s lead to an ISP, and you want to control traffic to/from the Internet, you will have to consider BGP and policy routing. Again, an interconnection between routers would be useful.

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