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Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

Hello,

I´ve working the last 4 years suppoting different kinds companies, now I´m trying to improve performance and usage of the remote/branch offices my company have, but I was reading about ISR2 and I found out that 1900, 2900 and 3900 Routers support GLBP. I wanna know if the ISR2 support that with the hardware they have or if they need ahother independent module?

Regards,...

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Re: Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

Nothing extra required - it is even on the base license!

Would you like any design guidance on the implementation of GLBP on your network?

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Re: Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

Hello Jamie,...

I have tested GLBP on 6500 Switchs and works just fine. Is there a design guide to deploy GLBP on ISR2 Routers?.

Could You please send me some info,.... right now I'm preparing for my Arch exam and I would like to review as much information as possible.

Thanks a lot for Your help,....

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Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

You can try this video it explain everything in detail.  It should answer your questions.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjP8eI7Z7lM

Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

be aware that GLBP could lead to asymptotical routing in the WAN edge !

what is your WAN topology looks like ? as you could do it using a better way

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Re: Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

I had that consideration, but if I want to configure IP SLAs could I do that with de basic feature set?,...

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Re: Branch office design with ISR2 and GLBP

Hi Erwin,

The ISR G2 series does not support any IP SLA functionality beyond operating as a basic responder with the base feature license. You will need to upgrade to the data, unified comms or security feature set to enable IP SLA functionality.

To determine what license would be suitable, you should use the Cisco Feature Navigator to define your requirements which will then give you the licensing options for your platform.

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