I have two remote sites in the same town. Both sites are linked back to our head office via two 192KB diginet lines. Both sites are also linked via a 192KB diginet line.
The problem is that the one site always uses 98% of its available bandwidth. The other site utilizes about 50 - 60% of its bandwidth, and the diginet line linking the two remote sites to each other is hardly ever used.
Is there a way that I can load balance between all these available lines to ensure propper utilization and spread of bandwidth?
What routers do you have on either sites. Are they capable of running CEF ? CEF is a Cisco proprietary switching technology. It helps in load balancing effectively. (CEF stands for Cisco Express Forwarding)
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