Travis G

Brandon, Canada

#1 Jul 26, 2007
Good day everyone.
While our WANs/Infrastructure is not my responsiblity, I noticed an issue today while testing the routing in one of our remote offices.
The office has 2 ISP connections (one PPPoE and one Static IP). We have a Juniper-NS5GT located there. The PPPoE connection is used for the VPN tunnel back to us. Web traffic is supposed to go over the other connection. The problem is, all traffic is going over the PPPoE connection!!
The cause is the routing table. There are two default routes, one entered when I set the default gateway of our static IP, and one that gets entered by the PPPoE assignment. In the route table the PPPoE default route is higher on the list. They both have the same metric etc. as they are not set by me manually configuring the route table. I need to "move up" the one route, or set a higher cost to the PPPoE route.
Any ideas? Sorry this is so long!

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