Failover PPPoE Connections

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Failover PPPoE Connections

We have PA-200s and 220s that we provide to our branches that have their own internal range that gets advertised into our network through global protect. They all have their own internet connection but if that goes down then we have no redundancy in place.

 

I've been looking at the multiple ISP docs for failover and i can do that successfully with ISPs that provide an IP for our PA, but I've not seen any documentation that mentions failing over PPPoE connections. Does anyone know of a way to do this?

 

 


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Cyber Elite

Hello,

Since PPPoE is setup on the physical interface, it should work the same since you will have ISPA into one interface and ISPB into another. Then just setup policy based frowading, dont forget to enable the 'Disable this rule if....' is enabled so it will disable the policy if ISPA goes down. Then set a static default route to ISPB. 

 

Hope that helps.

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Cyber Elite

Hello,

Since PPPoE is setup on the physical interface, it should work the same since you will have ISPA into one interface and ISPB into another. Then just setup policy based frowading, dont forget to enable the 'Disable this rule if....' is enabled so it will disable the policy if ISPA goes down. Then set a static default route to ISPB. 

 

Hope that helps.

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