Configure wireless networks to dynamically switch between leased lines

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Failover
Layer switching
Leased line
Networking
Routers
Can you send me instructions on how to configure two seperate network setups; a leased line and a wireless network setup to work together? Both are connected to a central network where there is a layer switch. Is there a way to setup the leased line to auto-connect upon wireless failure and automatically reconfigure the IP addresses for each client and revert to the wireless if it becomes functional again? Please advise the best configuration for this setup, also both routers are connected to a single Layer 3 switch if this matters for failover.

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The easiest way is to configure floating static routes. You can make it more convenient if you are using any dynamic routing protocol and/or you can make it more specific and granular if you use route-maps. To use any of these you need to give me a clearer picture of your network. Generic information is available on cisco.com, though.

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