[j-nsp] traffic load balancing between Juniper and Cisco equipment

Nick Kritsky nick.kritsky at gmail.com
Mon Aug 22 20:03:02 EDT 2011


Actually, taking closer look at the picture, i have this horrible idea which
might be completely off-topic: why don't you forget about m10i and do all
load-balancing between 3750 and 1820. Then you can even play around with
EIGRP (oh blasphemy!) and it's un-equal load-balancing. It's always nice to
have equipment from the same vendor on both sides of tricky setup.

hope that helps

On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 4:11 AM, Martin T <m4rtntns at gmail.com> wrote:

> Is it possible to load-balance traffic between a Juniper M10i and
> Cisco 1812 using two different last-mile(ADSL2+) providers? Topology
> should be like this:
> http://img803.imageshack.us/img803/8766/loadb.png
> Idea is to use both ADSL2+ links simultaneously in order to achieve
> better speed. In case on of the link fails, the traffic should use the
> available ADSL2+ path. Is such load-balancing doable using the Juniper
> PE router and Cisco CPE? If yes, what are the optimal/easiest
> technologies to achieve the goals I described?
> regards,
> martin
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