If both of the paths are equal cost, and both are installed in the routing table, then the presence or lack of MPLS LDP shouldn't make any difference except for traffic which is MPLS switched. Maybe the router is load sharing all the normal traffic, but switching all of the MPLS labelled traffic along one link, causing the inbalance?
Is that to say If the router is on the MPLS cloud edge ,two interface connect to cunsumer,but one interface use mpls,the other doesn't, then the traffic will go through only one link which use mpls ???
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