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IP-monitoring multiple route failover

The P2P is supposed to be primary for all non-voice data traffic with failover to the MPLS; the MPLS exit is primary for all voice-related traffic...I've been reading on ip-monitoring with route failover...Thanks! #routing #failover #ip-monitoring



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Internet failover with dual-ISP configuration and routing-instances by using IP monitoring

root@orn-gw-01> show configuration firewall filter output-isp term to-isp-2 ( from ( source-address ( 10.110.12.0/24; ) ) then ( routing-instance isp-2; ) ) term default-isp ( from ( source-address ( 0.0.0.0/0; ) ) then ( routing-instance isp-1; ) ) term default-allow ( then accept; ) root@orn-gw-01> show configuration interfaces ge-0/0/5.10 vlan-id 10; family inet ( filter ( input output-isp; ) address 10.110.10.1/24; ) Everything works fine, but there is no basic failover for the Internet access

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Modifying routing table with ip-monitoring

I am running BGP on an SRX-100. I have two active interfaces, "A" & "B". (A) To BGP Peer <--> SRX100 <--> (B) Static Default Route Interface B is normally the default route which is assigned statically. Interface A is dynamically routing via BGP and is...



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Fail - IP-MONITORING DUAL ISP

ip-monitoring ( policy INTERNET-ISP2 ( match ( rpm-probe VR-UNTRUST-ISP2; ) then ( preferred-route ( route 0.0.0.0/0 ( next-hop 192.168.1.1; ) ) interface lo0.20 ( disable; ) ) ) policy INTERNET-ISP1 ( match ( rpm-probe VR-UNTRUST-ISP1; ) then ( interface lo0.10 ( disable; ) ) ) ) ) When I run the command: show services ip-monitoring status Policy - INTERNET-ISP1 (Status: FAIL) RPM Probes: Probe name Test Name Address Status -- -- --- -- VR-UNTRUST-ISP1 GOOGLE 8.8.4.4 FAIL VR-UNTRUST-ISP1 REGISTRO-BR 200.160.2.3 FAIL Interface-Action: interface policy action admin state action status ---- -- ---- ---- lo0.10 Disable DOWN FAILOVER Policy - INTERNET-ISP2 (Status: FAIL) RPM Probes: Probe name Test Name Address Status -- -- --- -- VR-UNTRUST-ISP2 GOOGLE 8.8.4.4 FAIL VR-UNTRUST-ISP2 REGISTRO-BR 200.160.2.3 FAIL Route-Action: route-instance route next-hop state ---- ---- --- ------ inet.0 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.1.1 APPLIED Interface-Action: interface policy action admin state action status ---- -- ---- ---- lo0.20 Disable DOWN FAILOVER Now it is browsing normally, if ISP2 fails it remains connected, if ISP1 Failure vpn becomes active but does not surf the internet


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Fail - IP-MONITORING DUAL ISP

Focus Search - ISP 1 - VPN ISP 2 - Internet However when ISP2 fails ISP1 does not surf the internet. ip-monitoring ( policy INTERNET-ISP2 ( match ( rpm-probe VR-UNTRUST-ISP2; ) then ( preferred-route ( route 0.0.0.0/0 ( next-hop 192.168.1.1; ) ) interface lo0.20 ( disable; ) ) ) policy INTERNET-ISP1 ( match ( rpm-probe VR-UNTRUST-ISP1; ) then ( interface lo0.10 ( disable; ) ) ) ) ) When I run the command: show services ip-monitoring status Policy - INTERNET-ISP1 (Status: FAIL) RPM Probes: Probe name Test Name Address Status -- -- --- -- VR-UNTRUST-ISP1 GOOGLE 8.8.4.4 FAIL VR-UNTRUST-ISP1 REGISTRO-BR 200.160.2.3 FAIL Interface-Action: interface policy action admin state action status ---- -- ---- ---- lo0.10 Disable DOWN FAILOVER Policy - INTERNET-ISP2 (Status: FAIL) RPM Probes: Probe name Test Name Address Status -- -- --- -- VR-UNTRUST-ISP2 GOOGLE 8.8.4.4 FAIL VR-UNTRUST-ISP2 REGISTRO-BR 200.160.2.3 FAIL Route-Action: route-instance route next-hop state ---- ---- --- ------ inet.0 0.0.0.0/0 192.168.1.1 APPLIED Interface-Action: interface policy action admin state action status ---- -- ---- ---- lo0.20 Disable DOWN FAILOVER Now it is browsing normally, if ISP2 fails it remains connected, if ISP1 Failure vpn becomes active but does not surf the internet