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Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

Hello Every Body,

I want to know if it is possible  to load balance between 2 routes, wich have 2 different ISP interface.

In attachement you have the scenario.

I have my primary router with an ISP of 4 MB

and a second router with an ISP of 2 MB

Is it possible  to set the both router to load balance traffic ?

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Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

Beginner

Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

is it possible to set this scenario whitout BGP ?

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Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

Hi,

yes but only for outgoing traffic with static routes for example. But don't forget this is load-sharing and that it will be performed per-flow( src-dst IP pair).

Regards.

Alain

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Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

How are the two routers setup HSRP or GLBP or just stand alone?

Beginner

Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

Hello i just want to know what can be the best practice for this goal !.

Mean if i set the 2 routers with GLBP, is it that it will load balance the 2 different ISP?

So if i use for example BGP, i don´t know also, if i´ll enhance or get a kind of load balancing between the 2 routers.

What can be the best recommandation, for this kind of scenario ?

Frequent Contributor

Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

If you want to achieve inbound and outbound load balancing you'll need to go with either BGP or a load balancer.

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Enaqual Load Balance between 2 routers

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OER/PfR, if supported by your router platforms, might be ideal for outbound load sharing.

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