My Company has a Branch Office (Site #2 as per attached diagram), it has 2 MPLS switches and DDN lines. the DDN connection has only connectivity to the Head Office. How can a design such that first route priority goes to MPLS#1, then to MPLS#2 and finally the DDN link.
How can I do the routing for this? and is the design correct?
You need to speak to your MPLS provider to give you route redundancy, then perhaps run a dynamic routing protocol locally to interface with the MPLS provider. To route over the DDN if MPLS connectivity is lost would be by static route.
Speak to your MPLS provider - they will be able to help.
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