Link Bandwidth Prerequisites and Load Sharing Outbound
Before I waste time asking a specific question about BGP Link Bandwidth, I wanted to ask a (simple) question: Because Cisco Express Forwarding ( CEF ) needs to be enabled on ALL participating routers according to the documentation, doesn't that imply that they all need to be *Cisco* routers?
I'm going to be connecting with 2 ISPs of unequal bandwidth (20 and 100 mbit). Each use Juniper routers unfortunately.
If I can't use Link Bandwidth what is the best method for me to proportionally balance the OUTBOUND (I don't care that much about inbound balancing) traffic?
Re: Link Bandwidth Prerequisites and Load Sharing Outbound
It does help - thanks for your input. It just threw me off because the documentation says specifically "Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF) or distributed CEF (dCEF) must be enabled on all participating routers."
I it is suggesting if I were using BGP and load *balancing* between 2 routers on MY side both actively sending outbound traffic I would need to have CEF enabled on each of them. In my situation I just have1 router on my side (well I guess technically I'll have 2 with HSRP but only 1 is active at any given time.)
Now I'll probably post my actual Link Bandwidth questions in another topic....!
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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