We have the UCCE setup distributed at 2 geographically separate locations. The Public network is connected over a 100Mbps link and Private is currently connected over a 2Mbps link. '
We are planning network link upgrade, with 2x1Gbps redundant link between the 2 sites. Can we have both the 100Mbps and 2 Mbps link on the redundant 1Gbps link by means of bandwidth reservation and QoS configured?
>Can we have both the 100Mbps and 2 Mbps link on the redundant 1Gbps link by means of bandwidth reservation and QoS configured?
Don't do that.
My best advice to you is to have totally disparate links, as you have today.
Just keep that 2mbs link for the private and upgrade the public to 1Gb. It's ideal if the private and public are handled by different carriers - you are encouraged to do EVERYTHING in your power to avoid dual failure.
Geoff is right, that is recommended and best practice, but due to few limitations we are running Geographically distributed sideA and B (private+visible) on a single physical link and not facing major issues except whenever there is WAN outage only side a is running. (max number of pg's on sideA)
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