We have 2 different ISPs, one ISP at each DataCenter. Currently we are routing to DTC01 DataCenter.
route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 10.3.255.58
This DataCenter also has lots of servers our customers access.
Now, we have another connection to the second DataCenter, (DTC02) 10.3.255.68
My question is this:
When the Internet goes down at my (DTC01) 10.3.255.58 DataCenter (NOT the connection between DTC01 and HQ Site), how can I re-direct my customers to (DTC02) 10.3.255.68 ONLY for internet, but they can still get to the (DTC01) 10.3.255.58 networks for server access.
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