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hariharasudhan hariharasudhan is offline
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      04-07-2007
I Have to E1, i have cisco 2621 with 2MFT VWIC. Can i load balance two E1 with the VWIC. How to do NAT for this.

Please help me out on this.
 
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rmundy rmundy is offline
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      05-27-2010
Hariharasudhan,

The easiest way to do load balancing will be to use PPP Multilink configurations on either end of the E1s. These would be seen and treated as a single interface and the IP address would be assigned to the one, logical Multilink interface. See Cisco Document ID: 10380 for more info.

There are also ways to load balance with routing protocols, but this get more complicated and in-depth. Cisco Document ID: 5212 does discuss this in quite a basic form but would be a good starting place.
 
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