This is I am trying to accomplish:
SRX f1-22.214.171.124/30-( PROVIDER A SWITCHED NETWORK)-126.96.36.199/30 PE
f2-188.8.131.52/30-(PROVIDER B SWITCHED NETWORK)-184.108.40.206/30 PE
We are using Static routes on SRX:
0/0 next -hop 220.127.116.11
0/0 next-hop 18.104.22.168 Route preferrence 10
We have control only over SRX, our issue is since SRX is not directly connected to PE, therefore any break within Switched Newtork of Providers will blackhole our traffics.
This is what I am thinking:
( I do not want to use Filter based Forwarding with RPM to keep the design simple and intutive)
1) Define RPM and then tie RPM to STATIC routes, so if RPM fails, STATIC route is removed from routing table.
I can use the link to set up desired RPM but I am trying to figure out how to associate RPM with static routes.
Thanks and have a nice weekend!!
You can use event policy.
Junos Security: A Guide to Junos for the SRX Services Gateways and Security Certification is a good book covering such use cases