I wish that we knew a bit more about what you have read about the behavior of multilink as compared to a subrate T3.
It is my understanding that multilinking 2 T1s will really equally share the load over both of the links. In that respect I believe that it is quite like having a single subrate T3.
There is some overhead of performing multilink. so in that respect having a single subrate T3 might have slightly less CPU overhead than having multilinked T1s. But I doubt that you can get a subrate T3 for the cost of 2 T1s.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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