Thanks for reply. But still bonding EoIP tunnels (and use Active backup mode) - is it better way, than have it as two parallel path with different subnets and do some kind of routing, ping gateway, Distance, .. - change GW base on ping to other site of wireless link?I wouldn't use LACP with links of different characteristics. It can be a nightmare.
It's better to configure them in an active/passive fashion with the 5G link acting as a backup and forwarding packets only if the 60G link fails.
Perfect, sounds like best way. Thank you for answers.bounding with active backup will switch over in less than 0.3 seconds if 60GHz link is lost
Can OSPF do this job too? like setup ospf interface of both router¨s interfaces connected to p2p link and setup network type as peer to peer?bounding with active backup will switch over in less than 0.3 seconds if 60GHz link is lost
No, I dont need it transparent. it was just idea how to bodn wifi link (to "convert" it to enternets).Do you need transparent behavior? I.e. should it be like a bridge/switch?
If not, do not use EoIP but use routing. You can use an autorouting protocol configured for quick switchover (e.g. with BFD).
Even when you do require EoIP, you can use a single EoIP pair and use routing to select the path between them depending on which link is up.
Btw what is advantage of using /30 network instead of /24? Less hosts, lest broadcasts? Not saving IPs much as each /30 eat 4IPs ...You would recommend to setup 2 /30 networks between the routers and run your favorite routing protocol.
Combine it with BFD to make it aware of connection loss a lot quicker than OSPF or BGP do by default.
Oh OK. Thank you. Yes, I understand this part. Each p2p wireless link own subnet and routed port on both sites - not bridged. Just in most examples and tutorials people use /30 for connections between routers (2 hosts) and I was wondering if there is any "technical" reason or just saving subnets/IP randges (use one /24 cutted into small /30 for all this "short links").Yes to include the management of the WiFi use /29
Well it is of course also possible to use a /24 but what is important is that you should use a separate network for each of the links and not put these things in a bridge as so many people do.
So on each router you take out 2 ports from the normal bridge and setup separate networks on these and use them for the link.
Thank you, sounds more complicated than OSPF with BFD I see RSTP settings only on bridge, not ether portsHi,
Why not try to change the priority on the 60Ghz port and also on the 5ghz port with RSTP?
60ghz priority 128
5ghz priority 96
If link break on 60ghz then the traffic will go through the 5ghz, it requires to have two switch between each radio.