The problem of unequal-cost load-balancing Have you ever wondered why among all IGPs only EIGRP supports unequal-cost load balancing (UCLB)? Is there any special reason why only EIGRP supports this feature? Apparently, there is. Let’s start with the basic idea of equal-cost load-balancing (ECLB). This one is simple: if there are multiple paths to the same destination with equal costs, it is reasonable to use them all and share traffic equally among the paths. Alternate paths are guaranteed to... Read More
This post was created using GNS3 and follows what I thought was some of the most lab and real-world relevant content from the Cisco ASA documentation in the area of IP Routing: Read More

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