I have another scenario as shown below for achieving automated failover on my WAN links.
Here I am having ISP cloud as a primary link and when ever that fails I need to go over ISDN link which acting as a backup.
I am using basic static routes to achieve same where I am changing the AD for failover, but the problem is due to some reason whenever my ISP link fails at one end that end uses ISDN as per requirement but other end continues using ISP so connectivity fails.
As per discussion with ISP probable solution according to them for this issue is use of IP SLA as primary thing and then OSPF, so need to understand how IP SLA can be used in this scenario.
First thing I will create IP sla for ICMP ping, and I will schedule that monitor event, but how do I map it in this scenario.
Re: Another IP SLA scenario for automated failover
The 'track 123 rtr 1 reachability' just associate the object, ip sla monitor instance (1), with that tracking instance (123). You also need to associate that tracking instance with the static route. During normal operation, tracking instance returns a up, and the static route remains in RIB; during failover, tracking instance returns a down, and static route will be removed from RIB.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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