Hi, I have three routers- WAN-1, 2 and CLIENT. Both WAN1 & 2 have 4 T1 links (configured as multilink) & are connected with CLIENT. WAN-1 &2 are connected with one internal switch also. We are running EIGRP all four devices.
WAN-1 to CLIENT is primary link and WAN-2 to CLIENT is failover link. The problem is whenever 2 out of 4 T1 on WAN-1 is down, traffic is not shifted to WAN-2 to CLIENT. How can I configure it as automated failover.
HI, I have attached the diagram. I am running EIGRP on all routers including L3Switch (6500 series). I have four links betweeen WAN-1 & CLIENT which is part of single multilink. Same thhing is with WAN-2 & CLIENT.
I am looking for automated failover if link between WAN-1 & CLIENT fails. The problem is, we have 4 links in one multilink and automated failover only happenes if either all four links would down or multilink will down.
Currently, I have blocked CLIENT route on WAN-2 so that WAN-1 would be primary from L3Switch. My target is that, when two links of WAN-1 will down, then only it should be routed to WAN-2. How is it possible?
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