curtis at brookfield.ans.net
Wed Dec 17 01:31:34 UTC 1997
In message <199712162008.PAA15876 at brookfield.ans.net>, Curtis Villamizar writes
> The only real problem you can run into is if someone is boneheaded
> enough to misconfigure their routing to do per prefix load splitting
> across WAN links or worse yet across providers. Again, such people
> don't deserve to stay in business (since *all* TCP traffic from their
network will suck), but they do exist. The common newbie mistake is
> to configure per prefix load split among two default routes. Westnet
> used to do this many years ago. Some small network in Florida did
> this more recently.
Minor correction but big difference in meaning. Per prefix is fine.
It is per packet load split that causes trouble.,
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