which protocol routing is the best in a conection with ISP ?
My question is: which protocol routing is the best (RIP2, BGP, IGMP, HSRP, IGRP, OSPF) to establish to connection with my ISP, or if it is very complicated to configuration of these protocols with the ISP and therefore is better to configure the routes manually.
Re: which protocol routing is the best in a conection with ISP ?
This is almost always done with BGP. Your issue now will be are you allowed to advertise the blocks of addresses you have via both ISP's. If they are your own registered addresses you can do what you want. If they are owned by one of the ISP's then it depends on their policy.
You will also need your own AS number but that is easy to get compared to getting your own ip blocks.
Redundancy will be easy traffic balancing is tough since bgp likes to use a single BEST path. It can be configured to have more than one but this is almost never done in the internet. You have to get creative sometime like advertising one block of addresses preferred on one isp and he other preferred on the second. This only sorta works and you must have 2 full /24 blocks to even attempt it.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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