I have two 2821 routers in my lab each with a VWIC-2MFT-T1-D1 having the two T1's multilinked. The routers are working and both back-to-back connected with a cross over cable. All data transfers are great during low usage.
My problem happens when I send large files across the multilink at the same time. What I see is one direction gets all the bandwidth while the data transfers in the other direction remains idle or very low resource allocated to it. Once the first transfer (the one that gets all the bandwidth) completes, the next transfers gets all the available bandwidth. I this behavior might be analogous to half duplex vs. full duplex.
I would think/hope that the bandwidth is shared for both up-stream and down-stream traffic at the same time without the need for any QOS set up.
Anyone have any ideas on a conf issue or other thoughts?
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