Configuring ADSL/3G/4G connectivity with Failover and Fallback capability


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Configuring ADSL/3G/4G connectivity with Failover and Fallback capability

Hello All,

I have one requirement in which, i have 3 connections one ADSL and two 4G dongle (Jio/Airtel).
Where i need to configure ADSL and 4G connections, which i have configured and able to connect internet throught them,
Now i need to create set-up for failover and fall back between them, First priority is ADSL if it's goes down then
automatically switch over to 4G connection and automatically fallback when ADSL connection comes back.

Thanks And Regards,
Amritendu
India
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NAME
AICCU - Automatic IPv6 Connectivity Configuration Utility SYNOPSIS
aiccu <start|stop|tunnels|test|autotest|license> [ config ] DESCRIPTION
AICCU makes it very easy for anybody to get IPv6 connectivity everywhere they want. It uses the TIC (Tunnel Information & Control) protocol to request the information needed to setup a tunnel through which the connectivity is created. AICCU supports the following tunneling pro- tocols: - 6in4 static (RFC 2893) - 6in4 heartbeat (RFC 2893 + draft-massar-v6ops-heartbeat) - tinc (http://www.tinc-vpn.org) - AYIYA (draft-massar-v6ops-ayiya) As AYIYA even works from behind NAT's, thus unless there is a very restrictive firewall in place, anybody should be able to get IPv6 connectivity without problems and everywhere they want. OPTIONS
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The AICCU page <URL:http://www.sixxs.net/tools/aiccu/> at sixxs. AUTHOR
AICCU was written by Jeroen Massar with contributions supplied a number of people as mentioned in the Changelog. 18 April 2005 AICCU(1)

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