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Per-Packet and Per-Destination load balancing on same router?

Hi All,

Is it possible to do Per-Packet and Per-Destination load balancing on same router? I have two 3620 routers connected by 2 parallel T-1 leased lines. Most traffic consists of:

1. Large TCP file transfers between one or two hosts. Mostly late afternoon and early evening. I would like to do Per-Packet here to utilize full bandwidth.

2. VoIP UDP traffic between many hosts, mostly early morning. I would like to do Per-Destination here to avoid Jitter and out of order UDP packets.

I don't think PPP Multilink can help me here, I have enough bandwidth so I don't need link fragmentation & interleaving. Any ideas?

Thanks, Randy

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Re: Per-Packet and Per-Destination load balancing on same router

I dont think this is possible, unless you do it manually by configuring the appropriate commands at the respective times

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Re: Per-Packet and Per-Destination load balancing on same router

try a time based access-list in order to prefer voice packet in the morning and then data packet in the afternoon

it need some research , if you find it hard pls email me

tks

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Re: Per-Packet and Per-Destination load balancing on same router

Do you have CEF enabled. I am not sure if it will help you in this situation, but I think it is worth a shot. CEF does load balancing via per-destination and per-packet.

see if this helps

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk827/tk831/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094806.shtml#whatis

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