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BGP Multihoming | CEF

Hi Experts

our organization is connected to two different ISPs , the 1st ciruit is 16 MB while the 2nd Circuit is 8 MB  both circuit are terminated in different routers underlying 2900 , the organization own an AS Number along with class C address  have gotten from RIPE since we r working in ME,i m advertising to Both ISPs while i receive a default route from both ISPs the question is can the load sharing occurs on both Link?i read an article mention its okay with CEF

thanks experts for sharing the info and consultancy

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Re: BGP Multihoming | CEF

You mean you have a device in your LAN

Connecting to those two edge routers and load share the outgoing traffic ?

If yes what is the device type/model ?

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Re: BGP Multihoming | CEF

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Sorry, it's a bit unclear.  Both ISP links are on the same router or two different routers?  If the latter, how is (outbound) traffic directed to the two routers?

Whether one router or two, it's likely not too difficult to use both outbound links equally, but if you wanted to use them in proportional to their actual bandwidths, that might be possible too, but likely more complex.

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BGP Multihoming | CEF

Hi

is the outgoing traffic means traffic towards both ISP,from each router ,using BGP Local_Pref???

two edge router 2900 ,each has circuit towards the ISP

thanks

BGP Multihoming | CEF

According to your requirments and since you have two different routers connected to two different ISP you can configure GLBP to unequally load balance the outgoing (uplink) traffic.

GLBP (Gateway load balancing Protocol) is configured to the LAN (similar to HSRP or VRRP).

You find furhter details ig you search with GLBP to cisco.com.

I can send you some relevant doc if you need

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BGP Multihoming | CEF

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How is the traffic directed to the two 2900 (outbound)?  For example, are the local gateways (where Vasileios' GLBP solution might work for you) or are the connect to another router or routers?  Do they run iBGP and/or an IGP?

Re: BGP Multihoming | CEF

Hi Ibrahim,

please see below that might give you some help with BGP/multihoming .It also talks about load balancing as well

Let me know if anything is unclear here

https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-15352

HTH

Kishore

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