We have a single public
/24 subnet, with a BGP router as the primary gateway. Now I'm interested in configuring a second router for redundancy.
How do I deal with multiple gateways on the servers in our public subnet?
I found some other questions related to multiple gateways that seem to deal with NAT set-ups. In my situation, the servers all have public routed IP-addresses. So from what I can tell, it doesn't really matter which route incoming or outgoing packets take.
But I figure the servers need some way of telling when one of the gateways is down, and route around it? Is this accomplished with protocols such as OSPF? And do I need to deploy this on all my servers?