I really need help on making a configuration in a router 2600, I have 2 ISP (one Cantv and Movistar) one of them will give me a 2mbps of bandw with a static IP and the other will give me an DHCP IP address
With 1.5 mbps, and I have to make a load Balancing with this two different ISP.
I really need help, if you can help or any other college I really appreciated.
A couple of things to note about using the static route approach:
1) You will only transmit-load-balance, you will not receive-load-balance accross these links.
2) You won't really transmit load-balance unless you are NATing the traffic to the same source address/range.
3) If you use the statically assigned address as the source NAT over both links the ISP which assigns the DHCP address may deny your traffic outbound (if they are doing any rpf or anti-spoof check).
For this type of configuration you really need to secure public address space and coordinate with the ISP's to verify they will route back to it. Keep in mind that IP routing is "routing by rumor" or "routing by best path" and you can't control external routing, you can only influence it.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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