If you are running Voice, video and data it is not suggested to use MLPPP load-balancing.As voice and video are delay sensitive traffic you might get the frame disoder in case of MLPPP packet fragmentation. Imagine if your voice packets are out of order , you will hear "he" and l " lo".
The ideal design for this situaion would be to dedicate 1 MB each for voice and video and rest of the 2MB for data. Use proper QOS on the router interface to achieve the same. You can run MLPPP on the 2 T1 interfaces that you want to use for data.
Okay thanks. This is actually a new network and probably voice is not much concern at this time.Data traffic is primarily being used and the problem right now, we can get an inconsistent speed from a customer side. Will a MLPPP help on this?
You're correct, having a bandwidth-reservation for each application will definitely a good solution, 1Mb-voice or 1Mb-video.
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