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Re: Multihomed to 2 ISPs - Load Balance?
- From: Glen Kent
- Date: Mon Jun 26 13:52:51 2006
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I'd be interested in the technical implementation as well...
I vaguely remember Joel presenting a proposal in the Iast IETF which
talked about being able to do more or less the same.
A bit of googling gives me the drafts that were presented:
The first lets a BGP peer advertise multiple paths for a prefix to its
peers and the second, built upon the first, proposes extensions to BGP
for advertising ECMP BGP routes.
These are still individual submissions, so i dont think there gonna be
any implementations out there in the wild!
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