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Re: redundancy with static route and OSPF

You can use the 'protocol ipIcmpEcho' option within the rtr command.

However, I still don't have a solid understanding on how R2 determines the remote network is down.

You answered my query with:

"When connection is lost the link between R2 and ISP will still be UP most of the time"

Can you elaborate ?

Thanks

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Re: redundancy with static route and OSPF

Sorr for the confusion, The R2 to ISP link is Ethernet so the link is always up even the remote subnet is unreachable unless we manually unplug the cable

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Re: redundancy with static route and OSPF

Sean,

My suggestion is configuring BGP fully meshed between R1, R2 and R3.

This will take care of your problem without the need for static routes and Cisco's SAA.

It will be a much cleaner config and it will allow you full redundancy among peers.

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