I have static routing between MY SITE and the CUSTOMER SITE. There are IPSec VPN Tunnels with "tunnel protection" between the routers. Yet I would like to have automatic failover, when either the Internet connection or the MPLS connection goes down.
The 1st option would be to implement tracking via sla monitoring:
R03 has two static routes, one with metric 99:
1. ip route <CUSTOMER_LAN> <TUNNEL_IF_R01> track 10
2. ip route <CUSTOMER_LAN> <LAN_IF_R04> 99
R03 pings tunnel interface from R01, if it gets no reply, then tracking fails, and the 1st route gets deleted from the routing table. The 2nd route is used then. Same configs on the other routers vice versa.
This 1st option works fine. But I am searching for a second option. If I had a tunnel interface on the routers, that wents down, when the peer isn't reachable, then the primary static route would go down without tracking. This would be a much more smart and scalable solution to the problem. But how do I implement this?
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