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Posted on 2011-09-03
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Dear ,


  i designed this network , please tell me  any  recommend about that !! .

another Question Have i make router act like ASA firewall (failover ) how I make this thing in router did I use VRRP or HSRP and layer three dynamic router what i used  OSPF or another protocol  for  redundancy  between two router,

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I connect with Service provider BY BGP


Please give me Idea about if router 1 down immediately router 2 work  and if router 1 be up router2 act like backup
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For internet failover I would use IP SLA and HSRP.  This will let you track interfaces, and hosts on the internet to ensure that internet connectivity is available from each router, and ensure that redundancy is available if a failure occurs.

If you want to add further internet redundancy you could add a second internet link from the same ISP and implement a MHSRP solution.  This can be done with some co-operation from your ISP.
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can you give sample example about SLA and in which device I put !!
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