Hi ive got two sites with a cisco router at each, we primarly use our main lease line for normal operation which is connected via the fa0/1/3 port on each router. if the line goes down then we have another leased line we can manually switch to which is connected via S0/0/0 of each router. My question is what feature could i use to create an automatic failover to the line connected on the s0/0/0 ports?
hi mohammedmahmoud thank you for your reply, so i just edit/create the static routes on each router using your commands displayed above (i guess i subistute the appropiate ip addresses in where youve put 0.0.0.0) and the 254 youve added on to the end of "ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 S0/0/0 ", does that set the AD higher?
I believe that eigrp adv is eigrp advertisement. And AD is administrative distance.
I would suggest an approach slightly different from my colleagues. If you are going to run EIGRP as a dynamic routing protocol between the 2 sites then I would suggest running EIGRP on both links, and if necessary adjusting the metric to establish a primary path and a backup path. The advantage here is that you do not need any manually configured static routes and the failover will be more effective.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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