[c-nsp] Sup2 12.2(18)SXD ip load-sharing
bep at whack.org
Fri Oct 1 15:25:22 EDT 2004
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Gert Doering wrote:
| On Fri, Oct 01, 2004 at 11:43:08AM -0700, Bruce Pinsky 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.
| Shouldn't NAT state (on Cisco routers) be shared among all interfaces
| configured as "ip nat outside", so that load sharing doesn't interfere
| with NAT state? (As long as no fancy route-map NAT configurations
| with interface dependencies interfere, of course)
Yes. Poor choice of words in my case. I should have said something like
"router" or "link".
| Of course it will not work if those T1s are terminated on different
| customer-side routers.
That's what I inferred.
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