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Can I have LoadBalancing for Two ISP Connections (PPPoE and PPPoA) on Cisco 897va

Hello,

I have two ISP Connection and I have Cisco router 897va,I want to have loadbalancing for two ISP Connection second connection is PPPoE connection and second is PPPOA(ATM) connection.

It's possible to do this ?

Thank you in advance.

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VIP Purple

You can balance per TCP flow

You can balance per TCP flow (the default behaviour with CEF enabled).  Aka one user goes out one pipe and the next user goes out the next pipe.

Make sure you use nat with route-map that matchers the outbound interface, and then you just need two equal cost default routes (one going out each circuit).

VIP Purple

If they both have the same

If they both have the same performance then everyone will have the same experience.

If one is twice as fast, then half the users will have an experience that is twice as fast.  This can then lead to users complaining about intermittent performance problems.

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VIP Purple

You can balance per TCP flow

You can balance per TCP flow (the default behaviour with CEF enabled).  Aka one user goes out one pipe and the next user goes out the next pipe.

Make sure you use nat with route-map that matchers the outbound interface, and then you just need two equal cost default routes (one going out each circuit).

New Member

Two connection should have

Two connection should have the same (download/upload) speed ?

VIP Purple

If they both have the same

If they both have the same performance then everyone will have the same experience.

If one is twice as fast, then half the users will have an experience that is twice as fast.  This can then lead to users complaining about intermittent performance problems.

New Member

Thank you very much.

Thank you very much.

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