Hello dear colleagues. We plan to connect our network to a secondary ISP. Here is the situation: we own 2* /23 (512 Assigned PI) ip blocks and we announce them via BGP. Now the catch is the following: we are allready able to make the BGP announces to a secondary ISP but we need help here too with some minor improvements. The main problem is that we want to sum both ISPs bandwidth(i am talking about the download part not the upload as we allready implemented it using iproute2). Here is an example: ISP1 allocated bandwidth(CIR/MIR): 3 Megs/4 Megs ISP2 allocated bandwidth(CIR/MIR): 1 Megs/2 Megs More likely regardless of how announces are made there will be traffic as both ISPs are announcing to us their MAN routes (MAN=metropolitan area network) thus the traffic will be routed accordingly. Now i want the following. If the ISP1 link is saturated rest of the traffic goes via ISP2 and viceversa. I have strong networking skills but basic Cisco related netwrking stuff so that is why i`m asking a expert to help me with this. Please note that I am using zebra/quagga inside a linux machine and that is the way i want to do it. If there are any questions please ask. First time biiders mostly welcome. Also please notice that this is a personal project.
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