I am attempting to bond a couple of T1s into a single pipe for the network. It's supported by the ISP (SpeakEasy), but they won't support a config on a router they don't provide. As far as I know, this SHOULD be working, but can someone else take a look at this and tell me if I'm doing something wrong? I had to adapt the config from one I knew of on an 1841. Here's the current config:
Well, it's hard to say conclusively. Like I said, I'm just working off of information the ISP gave me, and they listed in a partial sample config running it with frame-relay encapsulation. Is this something I can change on my end without affecting the other? I mean, is it possible to change it to ppp without having to get buy-in from the ISP?
Agree with Narayan, but considering that speakasy, as dynamic and nice ISP they are, is still a second tier ISP, so they are based on frame relay for T1-class customers, hence the need for MLPPP over frame relay.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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