[c-nsp] ASR etherchannel

McDonald Richards mcdonald.richards at gmail.com
Sun Feb 7 19:38:04 EST 2010

Hi Roddy,

I think you're after etherchannel load-balancing (instead of per-VLAN) which
only started in 2.4 (XND). I've not been game to use it myself so let us
know how you go with it.


On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 10:05 AM, Roddy Strachan <
roddy.strachan at staff.netspace.net.au> wrote:

> Hey all,
> Currently we run two ASR 1004¹s in an LNS environment, we are about to
> reach
> the maximum of 1GB on the port into our core network, so I¹m thinking of
> ways to give us more bandwidth.  One way that came to mind was using
> etherchannel/port-channel.
> I¹ve set this up using a 7301 to our core quite well and it seems to work.
> Has anyone had any experience with the ASR side of things?
> Any known issues/bugs that exist?
> We are currently running IOS Version 12.2(33)XNB3
> It seems the config options are there.
> Basically I just want to add another gig port to the group, so we get 2GB
> into the core from the LNS.
> Thanks
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