build L2-Link over a L3-WAN / " how to "

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Sep 14th, 2007

we have 2 Router's (LAN=ethernet/WAN=2 serials) with 2 WAN-LINK's to each ohter (each WAN-Link as independent L3-Link).

- is it possible to make a L2-Connection between the ethernet's and so that to loadshare over the WAN ?

- is it maybe possible with "L2TP" (there's no IPSec needed)

- are there any exampels in CCO or somewhere else ?

thanks for your advice !

Ralf

I have this problem too.
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umedryk Fri, 09/21/2007 - 05:56

Application-specific acceleration-By applying acceleration to specific application protocols, Cisco WAAS can effectively overcome the limitations of application operation in WAN environments, such as bandwidth usage and application-layer latency. Cisco WAAS employs a variety of features for application-specific acceleration, including read ahead, message prediction, safe data caching, and operation batching to provide LAN-like application performance over the WAN

rnolden Fri, 09/21/2007 - 09:43

S-O-R-R-Y but this is a totally wrong answer for my question !

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