With 10G link, you dont need to worry about load-sharing across multiple links but with multiple 1G links, you will have to see if your links are being properly utilized.
The load-balancing on Cisco platform is flow based, so based on a flow, the outgoing interface will be chosen and traffic will be sent out, so there is a high possibility that a link might be under-utilized. But at the same time the other benefit is, if one link goes down, others are present which is not an option with single 10G link (unless you have couple of them).
From the troubleshooting and manageability stand-point, a single 10G link will be a better option.
There are multiple pros n cons for both the options. At the end, it all depends on the business requirements.
Hi Everyone, Would like to extend my thanks in advance for anyone offering assistance. As the subject hints, anyone here know of a way to convert IOS configs to XR config? I seen and heard about SOX tool but i am unable to find it. I also tried ...
When I run the command 'sh controllers fabric fia q-depth location 0/0/CPU0' or any 0/X/CPU0 and see the following, what exactly does it mean? RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:Router#sh controllers fabric fia q-depth location 0/0/CPU0********** FIA-0 **********Categor...
Symptoms: the root password can't log in by GUI Solution:1) login CLI as admin2) write command "ncs webroot enable" without qutations3) we can check the status by "ncs webroot status" hope this will help someonethanks
ISO images are as close as we can get to the old school classic IOS images from back in they day.
Doing upgrades by putting a new image on the flash, changing the boot pointer and reload was and is still the walhalla of Cisco based devices.