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Re: dual ISP connections
From: "Eagle Fire" <tlecuauhtli () googlemail com>
Date: Mon, 3 Jul 2006 12:54:23 +0100

    The outgoing is not so hard with BGP. The incomming traffic is the
interesting thing. You can pre-pend some AS info to one of your ISPs,
but sometimes the balancing is complete unbalanced. Also you can split
your IP space to try to balance some traffic.

    May be the nanog e-mail list may have more info.

-ef


On 28/06/06, Brian Loe <knobdy () gmail com> wrote:
On 6/27/06, Mathew Want <mathew.want () ac3 com au> wrote:

Brian,

If you are just hosting the odd service for yourself, I believe that the
solution that James mentioned will probably do quite well and with far less
hassle than ASN's and /24's. If you need to run a large hosting environment,
then it may be the path of pain.....


We're already doing it (in a large hosting environment - and LOTS of
VPNs) and we're using BGP. It just sucks. :) Ideas on how to improve
this implementation - things to look at, etc., would be helpful.
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