I have two routers each connected to a different ISP. Router A acts as primary and Router B acts as secondary. Router A and Router B are not directly connected but are connected to boarders switches A and B that are interconnected. I want to use the ISPs in such a way that I will have automatic failover while at the same time being able to use them both. What is the best approach? Should I use BGP or will OSPF do?
I only have one default route for each ISPs so I think I'll just use OSPF.
By the way if my firewall is doing the NATing, and it's outside interface is connected to the Boarder switches where the border routers are also connected. Do I need to enable OSPF on the firewalls as well or will static routes do?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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