I am trying to load balance 2 internet circuits. One circuit comes in via a T-1 DSU port and the other comes in via a ethernet port. I can get both connections live on the 3640 router I am using. However, all the traffic wants to go out on the T-1 side and not the Ethernet side. Any help would be appreciated as I am still fairly new to config'ing Cisco routers. Here is the config as it stands right now:
And check if it works. This is because a static route to the interface gets preference over Static route to IP. But pointing to ethernet interface is not advised as it can create lots of ARP entries. I Suggest you get an IP for the Serial Link as well
I've an additional comment to say if you may allow me.
I think that it is recommended to have the static routes to the physical interfaces (not to the next hop) when applying loadbalancing.
Because in the case of static routes to physical interface when the interface goes down the route is removed from the routing table, but in the case of static route to a next hop, the route won't be removed from the routing table when the interface goes down --> causing packets to be dropped.
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