I have a situation where I have four 2Mbps links which I wish to combine to operate as a single 8Mbps pipe. I thought to use EtherChannel for this, but have been advised that this protocol will not work over the slow links.
Is this the case, and if so what alternative solution might I use?
Maybe it would be useful to explain a bit more of what I want to do. I have 2Mbps radio circuits from 4 remote (20 Miles) sites which terminate in a location one mile from our own site. These are terminated as G7.03. I then have four leased lines and use dsl modems over the local tails to my home site, each running at 2Mbps to match the G7.03. So each of the remote sites has a separate path through to a 3550 at this end and operate separately.
To improve resilience and performance I want to group the 4 2Mbps local tails into a single 8Mbps pipe. I know how to look after the multiplexing of the incoming radio circuits.
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