Remote router with 2 DSL connections - DMVPN and EIGRP
I have a remote location that I am only able to get basic DSL Internet connectivity. To try and improve performance I have installed two 1.5MB DSL connections to the same router. I have created two seperate DMVPN tunnels back to two seperate hub routers at my main site. When I bring up both connections the performance at the remote site actually gets worse not better, noticably worse. When i shut down one of the two DMVPN tunnels the performance gets better.
I have attached the relevant configs from the remote / spoke router and the two hub routers. I would appreciate any help or guidance you can give me.
I don't know if you're still reading this, but if you are, then I have found what may well be your solution. I have just installed a very similar setup: a Cisco 2801 with two ADSL HWICs that go to the same ISP, but with different IP addresses. I tried CEF load-sharing, as I suggested in my earlier post, and it didn't work. So I had to use route-maps with tracking. It goes something like this (I've tried to customize it to match your config):
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