i have a static default pointing out to dialer0, then a floating static pointing out another interfacce, however when the physical interface that the dialer interface is tied to goes down, the dialer interface stays up and the floating static never takes over, is there a way to track the status of the physical adsl interface instead of the dialer interface?
i'm not quite sure this fits, my primary interface is dialer0 pppoatm, via an adsl connection, negotiatie ip address, by backup link is out fa0/0, both are up. i have static route pointing at dialer0 and a static route pointing at next hop out fa0/0 metric 10
also if traffic is sent out dialer0 want to nat using that interface, and if traffic is sent out int fa0/0 nat using that interface. the issue is that when I pull the adsl interface, the atm goes down yet dialer0 stays up therefore that floating static never takes over. with the above solution, i'm not sure what I would poll unless i did a traceroute and found out the next hop.
What you can do is track a public domain IP, like yahoo.com/cisco.com, and add a static route for that polled host address to point to the dialer interface. The router would ARP for that address out pppoatm int and hopefuly, if proxy ARP is enabled on the ISP end their router should respond and you should be able to successfully track. If you can successfully track then anytime the polled address becomes unavailable the floating static route should kick in to route the traffic via the ethernet interface.
yes but once the public ip is available again thru the backup interface, since both are to internet, then other static should come back up, shouldn't it since device i'm tracking is suddenly available. I need a way to track atm0, i really don't understand why dialer0 doesn't go down with atm interface.
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