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BGP Circuit

What command can I use to verify which circuit packets are being routed out of?

Raymond Martinez

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BGP Circuit

Are you needing to know what packets are going out of an interface or which circuit is being utilized? Is it an MLP interface? If so, they load balance automatically, so you should see counters go up on each interface.

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Re: BGP Circuit

On this router their is more than one ciruit id need to know which circuit is being used. Regards,

Raymond Martinez

Phone: 718-822-1455

Cell: 347-525-7103

Ray3d84@hotmail.com

Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 12:21:09 -0700

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Re: BGP Circuit

created by j.blakley in WAN, Routing and Switching - View the full discussion

Are you needing to know what packets are going out of an interface or which circuit is being utilized? Is it an MLP interface? If so, they load balance automatically, so you should see counters go up on each interface.

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Re: BGP Circuit

I believe the circuits are for different providers which

command could you use to see which circuit is the active one for packets being routed?

Regards,

Raymond Martinez

Phone: 718-822-1455

Cell: 347-525-7103

Ray3d84@hotmail.com

Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2012 12:21:09 -0700

From: supportforums-donotreply@supportforums.cisco.com

To: ray3d84@hotmail.com

Subject: - Re: BGP Circuit

Home

Re: BGP Circuit

created by j.blakley in WAN, Routing and Switching - View the full discussion

Are you needing to know what packets are going out of an interface or which circuit is being utilized? Is it an MLP interface? If so, they load balance automatically, so you should see counters go up on each interface.

Reply to this message by going to Home

Start a new discussion in WAN, Routing and Switching at Home

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