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Load balance over two ISP

Hi Dear All:

I have 2 ISP internet connection It is

V-sat satellite connection and two Cisco 1800 routers each one have connected to separate V-sat what I want exactly is how to make my workstation connected to the internet as one like ,, meaning if each V-sat have 2M then it will be like 4M after I configure my routers as load balance. Is this can be done in Cisco?

Please any help

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Re: Load balance over two ISP

Hello Emad,

on the LAN segment you can use first hop redundancy protocols like HSRP or GLBP.

The second can provide effective outbound load balancing if multiple clients exist.

However, if NAT is used you need to take in account this aspect

see for HSRP tracking of V-sat module

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_3t/12_3t14/feature/guide/gtstltnm.html#wp1737869

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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