I've got a situation where I have a connection to a remote office over2 T1s. The router on this end is a 4700 and the remote side is using a 2621. About 10 channels of one of the T1s is being used for voice. Currently, the configuration looks like:
interface Serial1 bandwidth 192 ip unnumbered Ethernet0
interface Serial2 bandwidth 112 ip unnumbered Ethernet0
ip route x.y.z.0 255.255.255.0 Serial1 ip route x.y.z.0 255.255.255.0 Serial2
I was hoping that the bandwidth statements would help the router distribute the packets between the two links accordingly, but it looks like I was mistaken.
I'm trying to look into EIGRP unequal cost routing to fix this situation I've been reading about it, but I'm not sure how to apply it to this situation. Could someone come up with a sample configuration?
My goal here is to get maximum usage out of the available bandwidth. If you look at the stats on that router, the maximum traffic going through to the other location is only a little less than a full T1's worth.