|reply to Jurjen |
Re: URGENT: load balancing without MLPPP
said by medbuyer:Seconded, but I digress... said by Jurjen:
Like I mentioned: this is all last-minute troubleshooting, because Bell turns out to be unreliable, even to business clients.
"Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part"
In any case, when you said you wanted to load balance, what exactly did you have in mind? Round Robin,
The ultimate in control for multi-wan loadbalancing that I've found to date is kit from www.peplink.com, but
for 130 users based on their recommended model is a $2.5K outlay. If this is only "temporary," not sure if that'll fly...
I installed it as Round Robin.
As for the "Lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part". I don't care, I don't force anybody to reply. I've asked for ideas to whomever wanted to share them.
No budget for 2.5k$ solutions. I've already sponsored all the routers out of my own pocket, because the company originally wanted to rely on the crap that normally comes by default from Bell. I didn't want to rely on a single 2Wire or Sagemcom, so I took on the project. I don't want to focus on what is ideal, I want to focus on how to make it work with the means that I can get. From what Bell suggested in their quote, we're already a huge step forward.