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Load balancing for remote sites with dynamic IPs

My site router is connected to 2 remote routers thru Internet. Any ideas how can I set load balancing up if remote sites get their ip addresses from ISP's DHCP server?

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Re: Load balancing for remote sites with dynamic IPs

Hi, look at the example:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk361/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080950834.shtml

Keep the two default routes to have same weight if you want to load balance.

Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!

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Re: Load balancing for remote sites with dynamic IPs

Hi,

The example is not relevant to my case. Please see attached diagram for my topology. I need load sharing between destination routers B and C when accessing it from A

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Re: Load balancing for remote sites with dynamic IPs

Sorry, can't see proprietary file format.

The remote router will have to begin the vpn via a dmvpn type setup.

You can also no not envrypt and just use poin-to-multipoint GRE with nhpr. This is also a DMVPN tecnique.

Then when you have routing information for the site over GRE tunnels, router will load share using the two lthat you will have set to be terminated at B and C. With dynamic routing, you will have redundancy as well.

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