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I have two lease line but one router cisco 2600 series , how can i configure,at the same time both are working
ASKED: August 14, 2008  8:26 AM
UPDATED: February 9, 2009  10:02 AM

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You question is very difficult to understand, please try to be more specific so we can better answer your question.

To answer: I’m quite certain your router can’t handle multiple DHCP…in which case getting both incoming lines to work and broadcast through one router is not going to happen.

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hi,

i think you are referring to loadbalancing. In this can the traffic is distributed among multiple L3 links.
please enable “cef” on the router and it will take care of loadbalancing.

refer to the below link for details:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps2033/prod_technical_reference09186a00800afeb7.html

Thanks
Nishant
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  • Jmflanag
    If these are T1's there are a few options. You can do equal cost routing with per-packet load-sharing, or multilink multipoint. The MLPP setup, you will need your ISP to configure MLPP on their side as well
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