I've seen a number of examples of this setup where 2 blocks are being advertised from the customer site(s) and some form of load sharing is achieved. Say I am advertising a /24 block to the internet from my site. I have 2 /30 point-to-point connections ( Router 6509 A goes to ISP 1 and Router B 6509 goes to ISP 2). I will have eBGP peering sessions set up with the ISP's and iBGP peering between my own two routers.I am also using GLBP for gateway redundancy between my two routers. Can someone tell me what is the best setup to consider using if I want to achieve inbound/outbound loadsharing on these connections.Also what is there to consider in this scenario and what do i need to be aware of from a provider perspective etc. ?
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