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In your question, you're broadly describing the concepts implemented by Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), a signaling protocol "big" Internet routers use to coordinate the Internet routing table. Somehow, through the magic of the Internet, routing tables, and the like, this router is able to tell the world the best way to get to the companies ...


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In addition to @ronmaupin 's answer, you will need your own IP address space (not owned by your ISPs), and your own Autonomous System Number (ASN) for the company location. Depending where you are, it may be difficult to get IPv4 addresses, so you should plan on using IPv6. You also will need to establish BGP peering with each of your ISPs. Depending on the ...


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You would need to configure a routing policy to rewrite that next-hop if that's the behavior you want. BGP does not automatically change them when propagating routes in this scenario because of the common LAN. Since there is a common LAN among the three routers, it actually removes a hop to keep the original next-hop. Related trivia: on most Internet ...


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I'm going to not exactly answer your question but instead talk about solutions. Based on my professional experience working with media companies, you're over-complicating this. Instead of trying to DIY something when you don't already have the institutional knowledge, if you really need reliable, real-time video streaming you should find a solution for that ...


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If you want to do this, you will need to get IP space and probably an AS number allocated by a regional internet registry. You will then need to get a router that supports BGP and work with your providers to set it up to advertise your IP space to them. Ron and Jeff have described the mechanics pretty well. However there are a few more things you should ...


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A feasible successor is just a backup route. Feasible successor routes are not used to forward traffic, only successor routes are. It is not necessary to have a backup route. If the successor route disappears with no feasible successor, then it triggers a recalculation and reconvergence for that route (queries sent to neighbors), and it may be possible that ...


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Internet hosted resources can access through internet by static nat that is one to one natting As you described resource in internal Lan server can be accessed from internet on any required port For this requirement static public IP is required which is provided by ISP . Further configured one to one natting (static natting) Asumming internal server ip ...


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If your question is about service ports associated with UDP or TCP then there is no objection to have same port for both incoming and outgoing traffic . Both incoming and outgoing traffic are independent to its direction . When application is hosted on webserver . Application is hosted on specific service port example tcp-443 or any other port . Initially ...


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