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Re: bandwidth aggregation

Gary Smithe wrote:
Hi folks,
    Hopefully this question makes some sense.  I work at a small ISP,
where we have 3 T1 lines coming in (from 3 different providers). We
First you need you need to have an AS number and some IP classes on the AS. Both don't cost much and are a basic requirement for any ISP. After that you need to run BGP with your upstream providers. For that you need a router, either a cheap second hand cisco router, or a linux with zebra/quagga. All this will offer you failover protection an ISP status :)

Load balancing is much harder to achieve an I recommend you to read the following:

Best regards,
Adrian Minta MA3173-RIPE, MA314-ROTLD, www.minta.ro

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