I have a Primary site A and a DR site B. I have a branch site H which has 2Mbps link to A and a new commisioned 1Mbps link to B. There is 20Mbps link between A and B. All 3 routers are using EIGRP.
My requirement is that from H's LAN all data/application traffic(going to servers at A) should load balance on these 2 links(2Mb and 1Mb links) whereas Video Conferencing(VC) traffic(destination to site A) which occurs once a week at site H should take the 1Mbps link. In event of failure of 1Mbps link, VC traffic should automatically use the 2Mbps.
Note: I am using Tandberg VC equipment. QoS is currenly not in place in any of the devices. Current utilization of the links is also not an issue.
What would be the best solution to achieve this. Can someone help with the configuration.
*** route Map*** route-map VC permit 10 match ip address 102 set ip next-hope 1mbps_link_next_hop_ip 2mpbs_link_next_hop_ip ! access-list 102 permit ip x.x.x.x x.x.x.x any *********subnets should be in wildcard format***** ! interface configuration ****router lan interface*** ip policy route-map VC
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