My network is dual-homed to different providers, but one of the provider links is constantly running close to max bandwidth during peak working hours. Prior to upgrading bandwidth or making other changes, I would like to use local-pref to push a specific subnet to the under-utilized link. Can anyone provide examples of how this is typically done?
Let me clarify my question a little more...the subnet I'd like to direct to our second Internet provider is really just one address that all of our guest wireless traffic is NAT'd to. So, instead of a /24 that I want to only go to that specific provider, it's a /32. Would I still be able to use the same approach? I don't think that the provider would accept the /32 would they?
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