Thank You for fast reply.Are you trying to provide more than one exit point router that is connected to the Internet to other routers in a large network? Use OSPF and have both introduce default routes. If you use type 1 metrics for this the other routers will send Internet traffic to the closest router. You can use type 2 metrics to statically prefer one of the two and the other is just failover.
Are you trying to provide failover gateways to clients on a directly connected network? Look into VRRP.
PPTP has absolutely nothing to do with this, at all. PPTP is a VPN/tunnel protocol.
I guess you will need to configure a second router as a backup PPTP Server.
Then every other router should connect to the second. These second connections
should have a higher routing distance (for example 5) on the routing table, so when the first
pptp connection goes down, the second would be the gateway.
Yeah. A full mesh. PPTP tunnels between all routers. You could also run EoIP or IPIP or GRE (preferred) across PPTP, and you can then run a routing protocol such as OSPF across the tunnels. That way if a link between two routers is up it's the shortest path and traffic will go directly. If the link dies traffic will dynamically reroute across another spoke.Is there any solution to route it directly from one point to other in such network? A solution where any point has a connection to other, no mather is there any member (router) of this network down?
Thanks for help fewi. Can You, maybe, send me a setup (backup file) of one of Your configurations? I would like just to see how You configured OSPF.Yeah. A full mesh. PPTP tunnels between all routers. You could also run EoIP or IPIP or GRE (preferred) across PPTP, and you can then run a routing protocol such as OSPF across the tunnels.