Gateway Routing - multiple gateways
Posted on 2006-11-02
Current HQ Subnet: 172.16.77.XXX
Company A Gateway Router: 172.16.77.1
Company B Gateway Router: 172.16.77.245
Remote subnet for Company B: 172.16.60.XXX [Where I want to route the 172.16.60.XXX traffic to]
We are going to be changing our WAN providers. We use Company A right now and our default gateway points through their router.
We have just brought in Company B's router and it is supposed to connect to our first MPLS site [the Remote Subnet above]
We are going to be using the same subnets for existing sites for obvious reasons, however I need to make sure that traffic routing to the new site is sent and routed to that site using Company B's router.
I tried adding a static IP route 172.16.60.0 255.255.255.0 172.16.77.245 to the routing table on Company A's router. However if I perform a trace route 172.16.60.1 off of Company A's router it traverses the gateway and heads out our internet router.
We use EIGRP.
How can I route the 172.16.60.XXX traffic through the Company B router and vice versa?