Currently we have one router connected to two upstream providers running BGP. How can a make sure both links are utilized evenly. Checking both interfaces load, only one is used and the other does not appears to be used that much.
Do you get bgp informations from you providers or do you make you forwarding towards you provider based on a derfault route?
If you get the bgp information you can implement multipath bgp with the command "maximum-paths #" under router bgp #. Usually a router only takes the best bgp route into the routing table. (==> need sp. IOS)
The way back to you depends how you provide your information to the provider and how this one handles this information. so you maid have to talk with you provider.
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