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IP SLA design

Hi

We have two data centres  A and B

Both are same in design

Datacentre A:

WAN router is connected to ------firewall-------firewall has many DMZ switches----------firewall internal interface is connected to core switch.....the core switch is connected to datacentre B via fibre and running OSPF (same vlan spanned)

Datacentre B:

Same as datacentre A

Design for high availability:

In datacentre A I am thinking that i would add a default static route pointing towards firewall internal interface on firewall.

I will add IP SLA and will ping the interface of provider router on WAN as soon as it fails, IP SLA will install a static route towards the second daatcentre internal firewall interface.

Is this a good design????

Do i have to add any Static routing on datacentre B???

this is tarffic going out for in traffic we will use BGP with service provider

please advise

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IP SLA design

Hello,

A draw could be way better for us to provide you a better design.

I would not want to provide any response yet until I have a better description of the network setup.

Then I will let you know where to set the SLA and how to do it if you allow me

Regards,

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