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BGP with 2 ISPs?

Hi Everyone,

I currently have a router that works with 4G LTE and it's been up for few months. I also have an WAN connection which from different ISP, I'd like to create internet redudancy for this router. I did a research and found that we can do it with BGP, I haven't tried it before can someone please shed me some lights if you have done it before? Thanks.

Please note: Both internet conenctions don't have static public IP addresses.

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Re:BGP with 2 ISPs?

Are you peering using bgp. Sounds like not to me. If you just want redundancy then lookup floating static routes.


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BGP with 2 ISPs?

Thais is often asked, had you searched before asking.

You cannot do BGP with your ISPs.

You can only do the following:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080950834.shtml

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