We are also looking to use GRE Return on our WAN routers at our datacenter. We have multiple different WAN routers that provided access to different provider network and need to ensure intercepted traffic returns to the same router. That being said, what are the disadvantages? Is there a performance hit to the routers or the WAE that would steer us away from GRE Return? For example, will a 3845 be able to handle a 45Mbps traffic load using GRE Return?
The performance impact is related to the increased throughput on the router. With GRE return, traffic will pass through the intercepting router twice in each direction. See attached spreadsheet for some performance testing results.
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