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how to connect 2 internet links on single router ?

Hello All,

I am having a network with cisco 2811 router (2 FE ports), connected to ASA 5510 firewall which in turn conneted to cisco switch (LAN).

I am having 2 internet links one of 4 MBPS & other is of 2 MBPS. i want to use both of these links to get total 6 MBPS bandwidth.

How can i do that ?

here is my connections :

Router (2 FE ports) :  fa0/0 connected to ISP (4 MBPS)

                              fa0/1 connected to firewall

Firewall :   Ethernet0/0 conneted to router

                 Ethernet0/1 connected to switch.

I am not using 2 MBPS Still. working on 4 MBPS. I want to use them both at a time..

So anyone can tell me how to do that...

Thanks..

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Cisco Employee

Re: how to connect 2 internet links on single router ?

The router should be able to perform load balancing on the 2 default gateways to the 2 ISP links.

Cisco Employee

Re: how to connect 2 internet links on single router ?

you can do PBR on router and put the firewall behind the router for security

this link will help you


https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13015

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