All, I want to do object tracking between two ISPs, one attached to my serial interface of my router and another that goes off to a broadband. I want the serial interface to have all traffic, unless it goes down completely, which the broadband will take over. Can someone look at this config and tell me why this isnt working? With this config in place, I can not get Internet bound traffic out at all. I know it must be in the object tracking or static route statements, because I can put a default route to the next hop of the broadband by itself and I can get out then. Can someone help please? Thanks.
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