I was hoping someone could help me with a load balancing issue I'm having.
Brief network setup:
Customer has a Point to point serial T1 to our primary datacenter on RTR 2.
Customer has a Frame relay -> ATM T1 to our secondary datacenter.
Primary datacenter is connected secondary via 100mb fiber AND a 1mb ATM PVC. The ATM PVC is on RTR 1 and the Fiber connection is just a Layer 2 connection.
I would like to Load balance downstream traffic across the PTP and FR connections. I've been able to load balance upstream traffic, but downstream isn't being so cooperative.
The included .jpg is a rough sketch of our network with pertinate information including topology, IPs, and interface configs... sanitized of course.
Also included are the show ip eigrp topology output for the desired network (10.220.23.0/24).
If I change the bandwidth statement on the 1mb cross-connect PVC (see diagram), that becomes the primary route for quite a few routes, which is not desired. I'm guessing this is because of the value that's set for delay.
Any thoughts how I could get some downstream load balancing across these circuits?
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