Hopefully this is an easy one for the experts. I have a 2650 router connecting us to our frame relay network. I also have a PIX 515 firewall connecting us to a seperate internet connection. Default http and https traffic from the router goes out through one hop to the PIX for 0.0.0.0. Http and https traffic for a particular public IP 220.127.116.11 is routed through the frame relay connection.
How can I setup QOS so if the frame is down http and https traffic for the 18.104.22.168 is routed out through our default internet connection automatically and then shifts back to the frame once service is restored?
We are not using VOIP and all settings are static routes.
My apologies if my terminology if off. I was using terms from a colleague of mine.
To clarify: traffic over the frame is sending all traffic, not just http or https. So my routing is rather simple:
ip route 22.214.171.124 255.255.255.225 10.255.253.22 10
ip route 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.225 10.150.1.2 20
The 10.150.1.2 is the internet connection. It works ok like this, but I was hoping there was a way to route the traffic based on a certain level of packet loss or up/down time. When the connection to the frame is down, I only need http and https traffic to go to 10.150.1.2 and only if the frame is either hard down or experiencing intermittent connectivity.
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