Is it possible to multiplex 2 T1 circuits?

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by smith_bp101@hotmail.com, Nov 13, 2006.

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    Basically, my question is, if I need more bandwidth than a T1 can
    handle, but I don't need a T3, can I get two T1 circuits and multiplex
    them?
    , Nov 13, 2006
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    >Basically, my question is, if I need more bandwidth than a T1 can
    >handle, but I don't need a T3, can I get two T1 circuits and multiplex
    >them?


    Yes. However, you have to be carefull about how you do it. If the
    two path are not exactly the same timing length and you are alternating
    packets between the two paths, then you can get out of order packet
    delivery, which can be fairly ineffecient (depending on your
    configuration and IP stack.)
    Walter Roberson, Nov 13, 2006
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