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Can 2 different MLFR bundles from different PA cards be configured to a single access router and balance traffic across both bundles?

I work for an ISP that connects educational customers to our network. We ocassionally run in to a situation where a customer needs multiple T1's, but unfortunately not all of them can come from the same PA card on the distribution end. We have set up mflr bundles coming from the 2 different PA cards, but the traffic is not balancing across those 2 bundles very well. Is there additional config needed for this kind of set up?  Thanks,

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Re: Can 2 different MLFR bundles from different PA cards be conf

Hello Glen,

you should be able to setup MFR bundles also using ports from different PAs if you use a C7200 or other SW based router.

This is probably not possible with the flexwan on C7600/C6500

if you define two bundles you then have two L3 interfaces and CEF will balance over them

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Re: Can 2 different MLFR bundles from different PA cards be conf

Thanks for your reply, we use Cisco 7609 for the dist router, and a 2811 for the access router. One Mflr bundle will max out, while the 2nd bundle is only at 50% capacity. Not a very good balance of traffic for this configuration.

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