Configuring load balancing with MikroTik for three ISPs, where two ISPs use Equal-Cost Multi-Path (ECMP) and the third ISP employs static routing, involves a combination of routing policies and firewall rules. Below is a general guide to help you set up this scenario. Note that specific details may vary based on your network architecture and MikroTik RouterOS version.
1. Configure IP Addresses:
Assign IP addresses to the relevant interfaces for each ISP.
These steps provide a basic configuration for load balancing with MikroTik using ECMP for two ISPs and static routing for the third ISP. Ensure that you adapt the configuration to your specific network setup, considering factors such as interface names, IP addresses, and subnet masks. Testing and monitoring the network behavior after applying these configurations are crucial to ensure proper load balancing and failover functionality.