Re: DLSw - How to route remote site traffic to HQ via a Regional
The document Donald provided covers it well from the DLSw+ perspective. What may be missed in the scenario you describe, is that you don't need to terminate the DLSw+ peers at the regional site, only establish an IP route through the regional site, back to HQ. So the DLSw+ peer connection is between the remote and HQ, in either the primary or backup state. The key is Dial-On-Demand Routing (DDR), and getting the IP route re-established -
This will allow the remote site to use the HQ if he looses the peer at the HQ and it will wait until the HQ is up for 10 minutes before moving the peer back to the main site. Make sure you use the linger command so your peers don't end up where you don't want them.
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