If you are using BGP ( Dynamic Routing Protocol) then you can do load-balancing both links with prefix-based-Ips' subnets both live and also you can use AS-PATH attribute to provide the dynamic redundancy as well if one link down.
Or if you are using the static route then you can configure multiple static default routes with path monitoring to provide the failover if the lowest path is failed. Here you can get Active/Active load balancing.
Hi @abdulhakam ,
You can achieve it using ECMP. With this, firewall will have equal cost routes to the internet. And firewall will take one of the route to pass the traffic. Also you can have route monitoring for the failover. In case, any of the internet goes down, firewall will remove its associated route from the FIB. You can refer below article for configuration details.
Hope it helps!
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