Traffic Segregation on two ISPs (Data MPLS) with Fail over
I have two ISPs providing Data MPLS connectivity terminated on two separate routers. I am running BGP with both ISPs for LAN advertisement and remote end routes. On the LAN I have four VLANs.
10 LAN Users
20 IP Phones
Currently all VLAN subnets are being advertising with both ISPs via BGP, i have configured AS prepend and local preference on each site to control primary and secondary routes, hence fail over is also controlled by BGP.
This site is DR site and all servers deployed here are DR servers and they need replicate with Production servers situated at aggregation site.
I want to use ISP1 for server traffic (VLAN 100) and ISP 2 for other VLANs, i can advertise specific subnets to both ISPs but in this way fail over would not be controlled. I am pasting below BGP configuration of both router please suggest how to control fail over in this scenario.
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