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Bonded T1

I've actually opened a forum before in-line to this bonded T1. In connection with this, i just want to verify that my information is correct.

we've ordered 4xT1,the ISP provided to me the necessary config, using ppp each link. Obviously, i have 4 different layer-3 subnets respectively.

We are not even getting more than 1mb per second upload or download speed from LAN and sometimes worst of 50kb. I reviewed, the configuration seems not bonded because of 4 different layer-3 w/ ppp encap. There's no MLPPP in place.

Please advise...

Thanks again.

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Purple

Re: Bonded T1

Hi,

In a MPPP setup, you should have single layer3 interface. The 4 serial interfaces you have should simply perform as L2 carriage for the multilink interface.

Paresh

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Re: Bonded T1

yes right, MLPPP have single L3 interface combining the physical links.

my existing is not bonded since it has 4 different L3 presents. When a packet sends out, it use 1xT1 only. Obviously,you'll not get more than 1544mbps.

pls advise...

Re: Bonded T1

Hi,

As suggested by Paresh that you have to bond all of the interfaces under the MlPPP, please find a link below for the same.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6350/products_configuration_guide_chapter09186a00804a40f9.html#wp1064366

HTH,

-amit singh

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