Perhaps a simple question, but also perhaps not a simple answer. Yes, OSPF, by default, does equal cost load balancing, but we don't know how traffic gets to your routers, or OSPF topology costing. For instance, assuming your two (E1) WAN links are costed the same, traffic that starts on router A likely sees its (WAN) connection to router C as a lessor cost path then also using router B and would not use that path. However, if there were another router before router A and B, or links were costed from router A to make both WAN paths alike, both paths would be used. (A show IP route would show multiple paths for a destination if it see OSPF equal cost paths.)
Ah, Jon provides the simple answer! (You would need, however, to insure the traceroute generates sufficient probes to hit muliples paths - most default to 3.)
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