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Loading Balacing on Router

I have two links of internet coming from diferents TELCO companies. Can I dritibuted my traffic on these links using 70% of bandwith and 30%?

Witch protocol or feature my router must perform to reach that. What other ways i can do this?

Thank you


Re: Loading Balacing on Router


There are a couple of ways to achieve the same, I'm listing some of them as below:-

1. Buy a Radware device and it will take all the burden and you neednt do anything.

2. Run BGP and manage the traffic with the help of a device from FCP

3. Run GLBP and that will help to an extent.



Wilson Samuel

Re: Loading Balacing on Router


you can also configure Policy Based Routing(PBR) on the cisco Router. find the document attached on "how to configure PBR?"

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Re: Loading Balacing on Router

Actually there is no need for either BGP, PBR or radware to balance unequally, if you are suing NAT.

Just configure some selective supernet routes like /7

And that will make a pseudo-balancing to work. It is up to you to find the right set of destinations that attains your goal of 30% on one link.

Hope this helps, if it does please rate this post!