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Cisco Router ISP Load Balancing

Basic ISP Load Balancing with a Cisco Router

“We have two independent DSL connections to the Internet and want to share the bandwidth for our users.” This was the basic requirement for a load balancing solution at the customer’s site. After searching a while for dedicated load balancers and thinking about a Do-It-Yourself Linux router solution, I used an old Cisco router (type 2621, about 40,- € on eBay) with two default routes, each pointing to one of the ISP routers. That fits. 😉

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