configuring auto failover for clients over two ethernet interfaces
we are an isp, we have clients that have two links from us these links are terminating on ethernet ports on our core switches(conected to the PE routers). The desire is to achieve an auto failover between between these two links for the clients, for clients on the MPLS platform their is no issue but the challenge are the clients using static routes on their network and are not ready to move to dynamic routing. Is there a way around this?
Re: configuring auto failover for clients over two ethernet inte
There are lot of ways for doing this via BGP.
You can create a BGP relationship between the clients on the loopback address. Rest of the configurations will be same.
second approach would be to create 2 BGP relationship with the ethernet Ip address and use attributes like local preference, MED to influence routing. This would also require the client to do the same to influence his outgoing traffic
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