AFAIK, the best that you're going to get is going to be load sharing via static routes. You'll need to have 8 static routes pointing to each of the DSL provider's respective gateways. You won't be able to combine them for 8Mb connections though.
As long as the 4506 has routing enabled, creating your vlans will be routed correctly. With equal cost routes, the switch will put all default routes in the routing table. You can create an sla and track that on your static route. If for some reason the provider goes down, that static route can be taken out of the table and your other 7 will be left.
This means that if one DSL Modem Fails or gets choked due to excessive traffic, Internet Traffic will not be shifted or distributed over to another link?
What if I use ADSL Interface Card on the Cisco 2811 Router? Will that help in shifting of Internet Traffic from one link to another? If this is possible, please clarify in detail with configuration commands.
The problem over here is that the customer has limited budget and site is ready for deployment. I need to manage with the hardware resources that I have currently.
I need to configure the 4506-E Switch with Internet Load Balancing/Sharing. I’ll connect that Switch with Cisco 2811 on one of its GE Port. The other GE port will be used up by Cisco ASA 5505 Firewall.
Can you please help me with the configuration of this scenario or if you have any other better option, please let me know at the earliest.
Main Taks is to configure 8x DSL Connections of 1 Mb each on Core Cisco Switch 4506-E so that every user has access to all the DSL connections. In case if one DSL goes down, users are able to access the internet via other DSl Connection.
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