[c-nsp] Sup2 12.2(18)SXD ip load-sharing
bep at whack.org
Fri Oct 1 14:43:08 EDT 2004
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John Jackson wrote:
| Here is my situation. I have customers that NAT that also have multiple t1
| to our Flex-Wan2 card. Since they NAT I don't think per destination is a
| good answer however when I try to configure per-packet I get:
I would think the opposite. I would want to see flows to a destination go
out and come back in the same interface. If you alternate between outbound
interfaces, seems like you run a high risk of breaking connections due to
lack of NAT state.
| Router(config-if)#ip load-sharing ?
| per-destination Deterministic distribution
| What is the difference between with and without per-dest in the command? Is
| without per-destination the same as per-packet? Is there another way other
| then MLPPP to do this?
I think that since the "per-packet" keyword is not present, you only have
| In the past these customers the customers connected to vips in 7500's and we
| had the per-packet option. We would like to keep the same method in place
| for Flex-wan2 cards.
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