I am Two routers connected using OSPF routing. The link is 45Mbyte. Recently we added new link between these two router, which is 100mbyte link. How to I configure OSPF routing cost between the two routers?
Do you want to load balance over the 2, send more traffic over one than the other, or send specific subnets? If you're not too fussed about the specifics and you just want to get ospf up and running, then have a look at this link:-
If you use auto-cost the 100Mb link will automatically be preffered as the bandwidth is higher (auto-cost divides BW with 100 by default, so if you attach a 1Gb link it will "cost" the same as the 100 Mb). Essentially OSPF will come up and prefer the 100 Mb unless you specify cost for each link.
Our OSPF is running on the tunnelXX interface between the two routers. The 100Mb link is not physically or directly connected to the router. In between the routers and the link, there are cisco 2950 switches, one on each end, and the 100mb microware wireless link is connected directly to each of the cisco 2950 switch. This is the same for 45mbyte link. Currently we are using the 45mbyte link
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