Multiple ISP paths to one server - forced routes - failover routes
We will have a router that will have 2 ISP connections. The primary connection will be 5M, and the secondary connection of 3M will be in use at the same time. Outbound pc client traffic will default to the 3M gateway (possibly forced http) and server traffic will favor the 5M gateway.
We are aware that we can have a second MX record at an ISP to allow another route to our email server. What is the needed for the same effect to reach a web server in case a circuit goes down? This server is hosted internal and we want DNS to work if one circuit went down. Would both ISP have a DNS record listed with a separate public ip to the router? Would this cause sessions to be mixed across both circuits due to natural routing from cost? The web server will not be moved to a colocation anytime soon.
ns1 and ns2
ns1 has one public IP and ns2 has another public IP
so if Ip 1 is not available , Request will go to ns2 ( which is IP 2)
so your web server would be availabe all the time ,
is that you wanted ??