As far as I know, L2 or L3 etherchannel should cause no difference in the load balancing algo. The load balancing should depend only on the kind of traffic coming in. The ethertype in the frame should help in identifying the mpls traffic. So the loadbalancing should be according to what I explained even for L2 port-channel. I have the setup and will confirm that by tomorrow.
As to the exact info on the MPLS load balancing, I have it from an internal link / forum in cisco. I am not sure if I can share the doc with you. The info might be present in some external doc on cisco site but dont know now.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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