Is it possible to transfer traffic when a congestion occurs in one link to another backup link? Suppose you have 1 E1 and 1 metroethernet connections. I want my traffic to go first in E1 when it is full, metroethernet connection to take the overload. I dont know may be its' name is link priority routing. Is it possible?
You can make use of backup load and backup interface command under the E1 interface so that once the configured amount of load reached on the E1 interface the traffic will flow through the backup interface which is metroe interface in this case.
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