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Mulitplexing Multiple WANS via single router???

I need to connect corp LAN to multiple WANS connected to Internet to increase Corp Lan apparent bandwidth.

Example:

4 10MB ethernet WANS from same ISP to 1 100 MB corp LAN.

Can I do this with a Cisco router such as 7600???

Thanks,

Scott

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Re: Mulitplexing Multiple WANS via single router???

What do you mean by "4 10MB ethernet WANS from same ISP" ??

WANS are usually circuits like T1 or some lesser bandwidth, or else higher speeds like DS3, ATM, etc.. Ethernet is usually NOT a WAN function, unless you're in a building where MAN type Ethernet service is offered.

You could do IMA, where say multiple T1's are grouped together to give you greater bandwidth.

If your LAN is running at 100 MB, that will be the speed. You can't increase the apparent speed...

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Re: Mulitplexing Multiple WANS via single router???

Description a little hazy but you could use a 2600 with 4 wan cards - obviously your ISP would need one too !! . The ip addressing may be a tad messy might be easier just to get your isp to increase b/width to your premises!

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