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CSR 1000V redundancy with multiple route-tables and cidr in AWS

mthomaz
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Setting up redundancy with 2x Cisco CSR 1000V in AWS is easy, but what if I have two or more route-tables, cidr and network interfaces (eni)?

 

For example:

"ios-config-39=\"redundancy\"\n",
"ios-config-40=\"cloud provider aws 1\"\n",
"ios-config-41=\"bfd peer 172.17.1.2\"\n",
"ios-config-42=\"route-table ", { "Ref" : "CSR1PrivateRouteTable1" }, "\"\n",
"ios-config-43=\"route-table ", { "Ref" : "CSR2PrivateRouteTable1" }, "\"\n",
"ios-config-44=\"cidr ip 8.8.8.8\/32\"\n",
"ios-config-45=\"cidr ip 200.200.1.1\/32\"\n",
"ios-config-46=\"cidr ip 102.199.98.1\/32\"\n",
"ios-config-47=\"eni ", { "Ref" : "Csr1PriInt1" }, "\"\n",
"ios-config-48=\"eni ", { "Ref" : "Csr2PriInt1" }, "\"\n",
"ios-config-49=\"region ", { "Ref" : "AWS::Region" }, "\"\n",

 

The above does not work. Does that mean I'll have to have multiple cloud providers for each route-table?

 

i.e. cloud provider aws 1, cloud provider aws 2, cloud provider aws 3 ?

 

Thanks!

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