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Hello,

First, sorry for my poor English : I'm french ;)

In my company we have a Cisco 3600 connected on a first internet
connection (width band). So all our computers use this connection when
going on the internet.

And we have a second internet connection (not used for the moment).

So I would like to configure my Cisco to use this second connection if
the first connection was unavailable .... and I don't know how to do.

Thank very much for your help.

Joe

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Joe

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Joe

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Hello,

    Two suggestions:
         1.) "floating route" - the easiest way,
         2.) HSRP.
All information about point 1.) & 2.) you can find at http://www.cisco.com.

Best regards

MaciejKa



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Hello,

Thank you for your answer ... but I think it will not be possible with
my Cisco 3600 because it has only one Ethernet port ... and we already
use it. So I think we need to buy another router.

But I'll remember your suggestions.

Have a nice day.

Joe

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Is it a 3620 or 3640?  Are all network module slots used?  Can you add
another Ethernet port to it?

BernieM



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HSRP is not an option, he only has one gateway.



Jonathan



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Hi,

  I am sorry, I missundertood the scheme described by Joe. Of course, point
1.) will be "the best" and "the simplest".

MaciejKa



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