Yes you can simply apply a higher weight to the primary ISP connection eg.
neiighbor x.x.x.x weight
the higher the weight the more preferred the route.
As to the problem i was referring to, you have redundant ISP connections going to the same router. That router is a single point of failure, it if fails then you have lost both your ISP connections.
Just to add. Weight will only influence the outbound traffic. If you want to influence the route taken by traffic coming to you then you have a number of options -
1) advertise more specific routes out of the primary link and a summarised route out of the secondary link
2) use MED
3) use AS PATH prepending
and this is a link for BGP config examples you can follow Jon's recommendations by having inbound and outbound polices to influence in and out path selection jand ust refer to the bellow link for detailed examples and instructions of how to do it
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i would talk to my service provider and ask them what options you have to influence traffic preferring one link over the other on the ISP PE point of view then decide on the method you will use on your CE.