I currently have two T3 multilinked on 7206vxr and need to move this multilink over to a new chasis (Cisco 7613, IOS 12.2(33) SRC4).
When I try to create the multilink on the 7613 it does not work. I'ev created multilinks before and have never had any issues. Attached is the show tech. Does anyone know why it doesn't work? Any assistance would be greatly appreicated.
see restrictions for distributed multilink in flexwan configuration guide
Distributed MLPPP is supported only for member links configured at T1/E1 or subrate T1/E1 speeds. Channelized STM-1/T3/T1 interfaces also support dMLPPP at T1/E1 or subrate T1/E1 speeds. Distributed MLPPP is not supported for member links configured at clear-channel T3/E3 or higher interface speeds.
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