After not having time to write an article for a while, here is the article I promised in the last post. We will take our basic network from our other article on source based routing, and expand it. This solution involves a dual-homed network with redundant gateways.
I loved this post for Networking Nerd
When you are transitioning from one carrier to another using provider allocated IP space there is a neat little trick you can use to route outbound traffic through the correct carrier. While there are some carrier’s that do not filter their ingress traffic, there are many others who do.
This post by Ivan Pepelnjak reminds me of the time I was converting a customer from a Redback to a Cisco who had extensive vpi/pvc settings with statics. I spent about two days working up the scripts, but felt pretty satisfied with my work after I was done. Great write-up Ivan, do you mind sharing… Continue reading Translating configs the Geeky Way