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I'm moving into a new datacenter, and they are providing me two WAN links, with each WAN connection I get a separate /29 block, and I also get a /24 public IP block that will be advertised between the two connections.  Now I don't have my own ASN.  They said this is fine and we will just use a private ASN and do BGP peering, and a default route.

I have two Cisco 3945 routers - one router will connect to WAN link 1, and the other will connect to WAN link 2. See diagram below:

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Can someone provide me with a sample configuration of what the BGP configuration on the routers would look like in my scenario.  Thanks.
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by:Jan Springer
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Are you set on this physical connection scheme and is it your plan to use one provider only and failing over to the other provider when there are problems with the first?
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by:Infamus
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Just use OSPF if that's the private circuit between the two.

If you can provide /29 ip's I can write the command for you.
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HI Jan,

Yes, everything will go out the primary, and the secondary is this scenario will only be used when the primary fails.
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What I would suggest is that you cross connect the ASAs (required if you want failover)

If your switches aren't stacked, they either should be or you will need to put a cross connect cable between the switches, use VRRP and dual connections from both ASAs to both switches.

Connect both ASAs connect to both switches.

Use IP SLA and tracking on the ASAs -- that will failover the providers.  The cross connect cable between the ASAs will handle the firewall failover.

Unless by "failover" you want to automagically move the default route your inside devices use when one path or ASA fails.
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This is the best way to ensure failover through all devices.
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