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LoadBalancing

Dear Team Cisco,
I really wonder that when configure load balancing , does the speed combine
together or not  in cisco 29121. Assume that i buy from 2 ISP
1 link is 2Mbps, 2 link is 1Mbps, so after i configured load balancing so the speed gain 3Mbps rite?? please help me

 

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To two different ISPs?  No, it will not be the same as a single 3 Mbps link.  You'll get some bandwidth benefit but, again, the aggregate bandwidth won't behave the same as single link of similar bandwidth.

However, you'll get the benefit of ISP and link redundancy.

PS:

If your links were to the same ISP, different bundling technologies, e.g. MLPPP, would almost behave like a single link of the same bandwidth.

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it is the same ISP. currently

it is the same ISP. currently i just configure failover link. one active, one standby.
 

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