Hello I am quite in the trouble. I have this scenario:
WAN Link 01: 4mbit symmetric SHDSL - 1 IP address assigned (to the router) WAN Link 02: 2048/512 ADSL link - 1 IP address assigned (to the router) Protocol is RFC1483 static.
I also have a /29 range starting (fake ip) 184.108.40.206-215 default gw of the range is the 220.127.116.11
If I use a single router with both of the wan wics and one eth port, i configure as the following: ATM0.1 shdsl ip address ATM1.1 adsl ip address ETH0 - 18.104.22.168 (gw address of the /29)
Since I want to achieve redundancy of the router, as if the router dies I am completely isolated, I would like to implement a sort of HSRP.
The /29 primarily (via static routes) goes to the internet by the sHDSL link, if this link fails, it goes out (and in because it is also configured by the isp in this way) by the ADSL backup link.
How can I do ? I would like to have a router for the adsl, a router for the shdsl and a virtual ip on the "lan side" that could be the first ip of the /29,
I need explicitely that my server got on the nic the public ip address, example 22.214.171.124 - subnet .248 - gw 126.96.36.199 (that should be the virtual ip of the redundancy resulted in the router)
Consider all the router to have at least the 12.3(24) IOS they are 2650 32F/128D with one extra ethernet port as needed.