Router A: This is the primary Internet gateway. To get the failover working I'd like to forward all the Internet traffic to a Remote Router B
Router B: This is the secondary Internet gateway. This router is connected to Router A via 5 hops.
Now, How can I efficiently forward Internet traffic to Router B from Router A when Router A Internet connection fails? We run EIGRP and these routers are connected over private network. Is VPN Tunnel an option or route-map?
I am not sure that I agree that GRE is so very complex. A GRE tunnel seems like it would provide what you want, it hides the fact that there are 5 hops in between and makes the routers look like they are connected directly to each other. You could do a floating static route on A (a static route with higher Administrative Distance) and point it over the tunnel and packets would be forwarded to B with no need to do anything on the routers between A and B.
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