Assume you want the 2x877 be active/stanby, that is supported. On the LAN side, your L2/L3 and subinterface (if you have multiple VLAN) are on 877. You can config the FHRP (HSRP, VRRP) on 877. On the internet side, both 877 will have same vpn tunnel back to remote office, but only one is active.
If you want both 877 be active, then you might need PBR to send the traffic based on the traffic type. On the LAN side, your L2/L3 is on 3560. PBR on the 3560 decides either send to 877_1 or 877_2 based on traffic type. On the internet side, different vpn tunnel back to remote office, both are active. On the remote office, PBR is configured to route traffic based on traffic type.
Thanks for your suggestions; I'll more than likely use them in an active/standby fashion (it would be the most elegant way to do it).
In an ideal world it would use both lines for all traffic, but given the kit involved I can't do that.
I have two subnets of traffic; 172.30.99.0/24 and 10.30.99.0/24.
I'm assuming I could run one router as active for 172 and passive for 10 whilst the other router would be passive for 172 and active for 10? Obviously the relevant router would pick up the additional traffic if it's partner router dropped.
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Sure you can do that. If you're mixing VoIP and data, shaping for DSL bandwidths, and prioritizing VoIP, very much recommended.
If you want to maximize your performance and/or take full advantage of all the bandwidth you're paying for, you might equal cost route across both VPNs. If one side is L2, you might use GLBP.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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