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dynaic route for high latency

Dear Boss

I have cisco 2811 at branch and 3845 at Head office. Two link with 256 kbps bandwidthe each. I did as follows:

Interface Tunnel 1

Keep alive 5 4

IP xxxxxxx

Interface Tunnel 2

Keep alive 5 4

IP yyyyyyy

Ip route X.X.X.X tunnel 1

Ip route X.X.X.X tunnel 2 10 

When link 1 down,  traffic change to Tunnel 2. its OK.

I want  when link1 flaxuate or latency high (more than 60 ms)  traffice change to tunnel 2. If link 2 goes high latency automatically  change to tunnel 1.

What can i do for both end  ????

Please help me .

Shahid

  • WAN Routing and Switching
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dynaic route for high latency

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I think OER/PfR supports tunnels, if it does, might be the best solution.  Otherwise, something using SLA interface tracking.

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