My current setup is as such:
router A --- link 1 --- router B
--- link 2 ---
They are connected via MLPPP, on top of that, RIP is being used as the dynamic routing protocol.
There is a requirement to let a group of user from router A to reach another group of user a router B via link 1 only (including the return traffic).
Can this be achieved in the above scenario?
Any writes-up on this?
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Are you using routers? If so, QoS features would seem to be the solution.
How many links are available logically? If you have 2 circuits bound as an MLPP link there is no way you can carve that up unless you break MLPP and run 2 serial connections with different addresses etc....