Please find the attached. I am having 2 router-A & B, running in HSRP mode & both connecting to my Database server via Different MPLS ISP. Need to know , if my Router-A links goes down, how do my traffic will move via router-B & once the link is up,it should shift to normal.ie. on router A.
Also if i use a load balancer,will it be possible that what traffic travel via Rtr-A should take the same path. I mean reverse path via Rtr-A with load balancer.
It will move over via your routing protocol. If I understand your LB question, yes it can go back via the same link it cam in on. Again this would be dependent on your routing protocol. You may need to make some adjustments so traffic flows the way you want.
Sorry to inform you,My Branches are 800, 400 will go via Rtr-A & other 400 By Rtr-B. if my Router-A goes Down, then traffice will move via Rtr-B. So the load on router-B will increase i.e. CPU,memory utilization & also routing table size would be increase , what could be other possible solutions.
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