Paolo Bevilacqua Fri, 08/17/2007 - 11:53
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Kind of. Where the circuits are connecting to ?


If to the internet you can have two nat outside interfaces with two default routes. If you want more traffic for one or the other interface, configure addtional static routes for some popular destination.


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handley88 Sat, 08/18/2007 - 02:18
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The router is connected to the internet by two wic's one is a sdsl(1mb) and one adsl(3.5mb). All the ip address are outside addresses.


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Paolo Bevilacqua Sat, 08/18/2007 - 02:35
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So you can do as I suggest. Two default routes, and if not happy with the traffic sharing, add routes for popular destinations pointing to the faster interface.

handley88 Sat, 08/18/2007 - 03:53
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Thanks, is there a command to monitor the traffic going through each interface to confirm that the load balancing is working ?


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Paolo Bevilacqua Sat, 08/18/2007 - 03:58
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Suggest that you use prtg, mrtg or similar snmp-based program (search) to visualize traffic in a graphical manner.

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