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Re: T1 bonding

  • From: Elijah Savage
  • Date: Tue Jan 24 19:28:42 2006

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Matt Bazan wrote:
> Can someone shed some technical light on the details of how two T1's are
> bonded (typically).  We've got two sets of T's at two different location
> with vendor 'X' (name starts w/ an 'A') and it appears that we're really
> only getting about 1 full T's worth of bandwidth and maybe 20% of the
> second.
> 
> Seems like they're bonded perhaps using destination IP?  It's a vendor
> managed solution and I need to get some answers faster than they're
> coming in.  Thanks.
> 
>   Matt 
> 
More than likely they are not bonded t1's they are just load balanced by
the router which by default on Cisco is per session. Meaning pc1 to
t1#1, pc2to t1#2, pc3 to t1#1. If they are truly bonded with some sort
of MUX for a 3 meg port then you would not see the results you are seeing.

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