Why not group them into multilink bundles of group 2,2 and 3, so that even if one of the links of any bundle goes down, you still have 2 remaining groups available. Now for OSPF, there will be only 3 routes available for equal cost load balancing.
well we are using IPLC`s and we are paying for each IPLC.Now suppose we have bundled 2 IPLC`s into one multilink bundle,if only 1 of these 2 is down or fluctuating we have to take whole multilink bundle out of production.we r running OSPF and VOIP,so cannot bear any fluctuations.Moreover the bundle that will have 3 E1`s if in that one E1 fails we will loose other two also.
one clarification needed why do you have to take the whole multilink bundle out of production when one E1 fails?
what i would suggest is that there is very high probabbility of the E1 increasing in future so go in for a HSSI, connect all E1 to a black box ( for eg Nortel passport) and give the multiplexed o/p to the HSSI.
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