Does Cisco router have any option of specifying NAT overload backup, may be with use of route-maps.For ex:If outside interface s0 is configured for NAT overload, I want to failover to outside interface s1, if s0 goes down?
If the links are getting connected to the same SP via different physical paths (for reduandncy purpose) then u can make use of logical loopback interface in ur router.
Just configure overload over the loopback interface and make sure u have static default routes placed in ur router as well the static routes to have the reachability for ur loopback ip with & without admin distance @ the SP end via the respective WAN links.
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