I have 2 circuits from same ISP connected to 2 routers. I am running HSRP on the inside and router A is the primary. I have 2 default routes on router A 1 with next hop to ISP and 1 with next hop to router B. I have 2 default routes on router B with 1 to next hop ISP and 1 to next hop router A with a distance metric set for a greater distance. All works fine I get load balanced traffic to ISP over both routers. Problem is when circuit to ISP goes down on router B router A still sends traffic to router B and traffic is being dropped. Is the routing setuo correctly?
You can configure a SLA to ping an external device in the internet while sourcing from the interface connected between Router A & B. If that fails, the track will automatically determine the circuit is down and choose the second IP route from the list.
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