Due to the fact that we have a LEC time interval issue with procuring an optical long-haul Ethernet circuit between our 2 datacenter locations (one in TX and one in AL), we have been forced to migrate to ordering (3) Private Line DS3 circuits.
Equipment: 6513s on each side currently supporting dual-MPLS providers & redistributed routing tables for each.
These circuits will be used for replication of data between our 2 datacenter facilities.
Do we have any options with interleaving the traffic across all 3 of these circuits outside of having any L3 functionality or protocol-based load balancing? (I don't know of anything outside of multipath/multihop/CEF which are not applicable here)
On our existing P2P L2 circuits, we currently have to use manual routing via static route statements and use IP SLA to monitor each side of the links to assist with failover.
Would it be a good design if we had dual 7204VX routers on the inside of ther 6513s that could isolate these links from the remainder of the core IP/MPLS network and we could then have more options with multilinking of these circuits? (IP CEF with per destination load balancing?)
Appreciate the support & thanks!