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Link aggregation or Multipoint with different bandwidth links from two isps

Hi ,

I have a 100 mbps leased line from ISP1 and 50 mbps from  ISP 2 between two offices .That means A and B location of both the leased lines are same.

My question is it possible to Linkaggregate or multipoint (multi link ppp) these lines for a total throughput of 150 mbps . My doubt is regarding the different

bandwidth and how the packet will travel.

 

Note : I have all kind of devices ,router and l3 switches.

Links are private leased lines .

 

Regards

o2mac

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hi shammer,  yes certainly

hi shammer, 

 

yes certainly you can do it. :)

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If it possible how the packet

If it possible how the packet will flow after 50 Mbps traffic.
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Shameer,Understand you want

Shameer,

Understand you want to bundle two unequal bandwidth links using a multilink. To my understanding technically it is feasible but the load will be shared equally on both the links irrespective of bandwidth. something similar to round robin between two links.

 

Regards,

Sathvik K V

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Shameer,Found a solution of

Shameer,

Found a solution of creating subinterfaces with frame relay in one of the discussion. Refer the below URL and see if this is useful.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/10738401/ppp-multilink-using-2-different-serials-different-bandwidth

 

Regards,

Sathvik K V

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