Hey all, I’m new to the forum, but have been watching the LTS videos for quite some time. I finally decided to get on here to ask some questions to see what help I can get. I hope this forum helps out a lot.
I have a massive network and one of my circuits is a set of six (6) with fifty (50) meg pipes each. Obviously it’s a total of 300 megs that I need to do business over this long-haul dedicated circuit. When we do an alternate route because of degradation, I want to make sure that the circuit doesn’t move back to that primary (the one with six lines) until all of the lines are back up. So what I was thinking about was playing around with some sort of load balancer, if it exists.
I would need a solution that shows itself as one circuit. If any of those six go down, the circuit would then show as not available. When the circuit comes back up, it would need to be available only when all six of those pipes are back up and running.
Does anyone know of any solutions that would fit this bill?