IS it possible to provide BGP load balancing when customer is taking one link from me and one from different service provider. Definately both links are of same Bandwidth. As customer wants to use both links simultaneously so is there any way to config my router so that the customer can only pull half of its data through my link.
Thanks. But I am not clear yet. Cust can do loadbalancing by allowing max path. my problem is whether there is any way to stop the cust traffic if he try to pull more the 50% of his data from my link.I just want to config my router to permit him to pull only 50% of his data. IF cust using 3 links then just 33% of data. I want cust to use all the links equally.
I don't quite understand why you would want to do that. If the customer wants to split his traffic, that is the customer's responsiblity. In addition, how on earth can you find out what the total internet traffic destined to your customer is, if the customer is using more than one ISP ? That is just not possible.
One more note - load balancing is well nigh impossible to achieve with BGP when using multiple ISPs. The best you can do is some sort of load-sharing. In fact, true load balancing is really difficult to get; technologies like physical-layer IMUXs are the closest you can get.
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