Redundant Internet with SD-WAN
This example shows how to configure redundant Internet using SD-WAN.
SD-WAN can seamlessly manage traffic at the Layer 2 level of the OSI model without the need to manage hardware-based switches or WAN controllers.
This example includes volume-based weighted load balancing so that 75% of your Internet traffic is handled by the ISP connected to WAN1 and the remaining 25% handled by the ISP connected to WAN2.
With this configuration, in the event of a failure connecting to one ISP, all traffic will divert or failover to the other WAN interface.