The local ISP provides cheaper WAn links in the form of ADSL links, the cost of which is usually 1/3 of the leased MPLS based links.
Both of these terminate on the ethernet interfaces of a router.
I was wondering, if I can combine 3-4 ADSL links of about 4MB each to give me a total of 16Mb capacity for diverting my internal HTTP/SMTP traffic only, what kind of router setup should I be looking at?
How can my design cater to at least load balance the outgoing traffic across all 4 ADSL links while maintaining the incoming connections across the route?
Is there an extra equipment that needs to deployed apart from a router (2811 probably) with an extra HWIC of 4 FE ports?
Thanks Prasad, would take a look at this concept in detail, although a quick search for Multilink on Cisco site yielded Multilink results for all sorts of configuration and link classes. Can you pls help me identify the pertinant link?
So, using multilink, I effectively do away with using / enabling GLBP or HSRP/VRRP over any of my interfaces?
and, does enabling multilink on my router, requires me to involve the ISP side in any way?
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