Looking for documentation that tells what the maximum number of T1's I can bundle together with MLPPP. I figure that it is somewhat platform specific so if someone can point me to some kind of matrix, that would be good.
Searching Cisco's pages has not turned this up for me.
6 or 8 sound like the right number for something like a 2800, but I may need more.
From what I know, T1 bonding has a maximum limitation of up to 8 T1, which MLPPP can provide. Yes, it concerns with the platform (how many T1's you can plugin - but the maximum that can be bonded remains 8). If you need more than 8, I heard some use a MUX (which I have not tried yet).
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