multilink ppp for T1s

multilink ppp for T1s

Post by lehman.a.. » Tue, 28 Feb 2006 02:16:58

I want to build a linux router that will support multiple bonded T1
channels using MP (RFC 1990). Has anyone successfully configured such a
system with multiple T1 cards?

There is an MP package, but it seems to no longer be under development.
Has anybody used this?

Do any kernel versions support MP (MLPPP) natively?



1. Multilink PPP

I assume the answer is yes, but ...  can FreeBSD do 'multilink PPP'?
That is, using several simultaneous PPP links to simulate a larger
bandwidth channel?

If so, how does one go about setting it up?

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