I have a 7206 with a 2 DS3's each to a differnt provider. I currently have Policy-route maps and class maps directing and controlling traffice on each line. However, if one line should go down I would like traffic to automatically go out the other line. I want to try and avoid using BGP. What alternatives, if any, do I have?
Yes, There is a way you can do that. You need to set default route with a higher administrative distance point to ISP 2 . But make sure that your ISP 2 will advertise your bock of IP address. So that way you can have redundancy link if the IPS 1 go down. Hope it help
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