I have an ASR1002 with up links to 2 different ISP's. There is a 200Mbps connection to ISP A and 65Mbps to ISP B. I am receiving full BGP routes from both ISP's. What is the best way to load balance between the asymmetric links? Thanks
Here we have to consider the bandwidth of the links, as you have mentioned "There is a 200Mbps connection to ISP A and 65Mbps to ISP B".
you need to configure your ASR router to do the outbound load sharing based on the bandwidth. and for inbound traffic you can use AS prepand and make sure that 200 mbps is utilized more when comparing your 65 mbps link.
I tried to configure this today but ran into an issue - our one ISP uses the ebgp-multihop command. I get the following error when trying to enable the dmzlink-bw command: %BGP: Propagation of DMZ-Link-Bandwidth is supported only for single-hop EBGP peers
Here is our BGP config:
router bgp 14598
neighbor 64.56.37.xx remote-as 13385
neighbor 64.56.37.xx ebgp-multihop 5
neighbor 74.212.15.xx remote-as 3593
neighbor 74.212.15.xx fall-over
Any thoughts on how to load balance this with the multihop?
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