I have two serial interface s0/0 and s0/1 and i have created one multilink interface . s0/0 and s0/1 assigned in created multilink group.I just wanted to know how frames get transmitted on these interfaces. Is it round robin or something else?
MLPPP splits, recombines, and sequence datagrams across multiple logical links. The use of MLPPP increases throughput between two sites by grouping interfaces and then load balancing packets over the grouped interfaces (called a bundle). Splitting packets at one end packet by packet, sending them over the bundled interfaces, and recombining them at the other end achieves load balancing.
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Multilink does not round-robin packets. It give data to the links on demand.
Several small frames may land on one link to balance a large frame on another link. A fast link draws more data than a slow link. Over time, the amount of data sent on each link is proportional to its bandwidth.
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