We currently have a 380 unit acting as a head-end for all of our remote 210 and 310 units. We happen to have a redundant internet connection down the road that is connected to corporate through a metropolitan area network. If I put a second 380 head-end unit at the redundant internet connection, how do I configure SpeedFusion on the remote 210/310 units to have one 380 as primary and the other as secondary?
For example, I want all of the remote to have a designated primary head-end for normal operation and a designated backup head-end in case the primary 380 fails.
Maybe this is very simple to do, but I do not see anything in the SpeedFusion config to assign priority/preference.
Any comments would be greatly appreciated.
Update: I don’t think I’ll be able to get this to work without dynamic routing on the Peplink LAN interfaces. Since my routers currently rely on static routes pointing to the Peplink 380 in order to reach the remote sites, this would prohibited a dynamic change in routing when a remote site connects to the other 380. Any word on if OSPF is in the works??? I’d take RIP at this point.