I have 2 routers in 2 locations. The are connected to each other via 2 leased lines on seperate routers. I want to bundle the interfaces. I went through cisco site on multichassis multilink PPP. But it is given only for dialer, BRi and PRI configuration. Is it possible in my case.
I have done a little multichassis multilink but not in the way that you are describing so I can not speak from direct experience. But I would think that it would work. So long as the 2 routers at site A have a connection between them, the 2 routers at site B have a connection between them, and as long as the serials between site A and site B use encapsulation PPP, then I would think that you would be able to configure multichassis multilink and I think that it would work. In addition to the multilink configuration you will need to configure the Stack Group Bidding Protocol (SGBP) between the routers at site A and between the routers at site B.
When we normally think about multilink PPP we are dealing with 2 or more PPP links that originate on a single router and that terminate on a single router. It was my understanding (and the basis of my response) that Arun has 2 routers at site A and 2 routers at site B where each router has a single PPP link between the sites. To put links into a multilink bundle where they originate and terminate on separate routers you need the nultichassis multilink feature. Perhaps Arun can verify that this is the case.
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