Using the OSPF default-information originate command with two ISPs
I am working for a company that has two Internet circuits with different ISPs at two different locations for redundancy, and both Internet circuits run at different speeds. I'd like to be able to direct the majority (but not all) of the traffic through the ISP with the larger bandwith, but then failover all traffic to one ISP when the other goes down. We're currently using the "default-information originate" command, which fails over OK, but I haven't figured out how to do the load balancing. I'd appreciate your thoughts. Thank you.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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