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Our company (WISP company) has a management computer located on one gateway (Gateway A) with multiple routers with redundant routes to a second gateway (Gateway B). The traffic going through Gateway B is not visible through Gateway A when Gateway B is the active route. I'm needing the server to be able to see clients dynamically whether it's going through either gateway. Both Gateway A and Gateway B are controlled by Edge Routers.

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By gateway I mean a path to the internet. We are running a public webpage on the server as well!

small network diagram

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  • Also what do you mean by 'Gateway'? And what information about the clients does this management computer need to see?
    – cpt_fink
    Dec 5 '14 at 7:40
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    Aug 4 '15 at 2:01
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    Aug 11 '17 at 0:04
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Assuming you mean the clients need to reach the server, it looks like you would add a static route to the 450-G (non-edge device) pointing the 10.254.254.0/30 network at 10.202.1.1.

If you mean something else by 'see clients dynamically whether it's going through either gateway' like WCCP/etc. then we would need that information to assist further.

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You need to syslog the relevant client data to your central management server(s).

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