[c-nsp] Re: Load-sharing to 18 subinterfaces

Kim Onnel karim.adel at gmail.com
Sun Feb 19 06:58:24 EST 2006

Its a Cisco Internetwork Operating System Software
IOS (tm) RPM Software (RPM-JS-M), Version 12.2(14.4)T,  MAINTENANCE INTERIM

We couldnt route more than 8 subnet, with a newer IOS, i was told we can put
10, but we need 14.

One idea is to divide them each in a different VRF and from there, its no
more load balancing, its load sharing, does that make sense ?

On 2/19/06, Kim Onnel <karim.adel at gmail.com> wrote:
> Physical setup:
> 18 Customers links ---- DSLAM ---- PE ---- Core
> On the PE router, we configured 18 subinterfaces for a customer,
> load-sharing per-packet under the interfaces isnt working, because there is
> a limitation on routing subnets on a number of interfaces, the simplest
> solution is to put a diff. router for the customer, but what other solutions
> are there other than multilink (CPU Killer) ?

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