networker050184 wrote: »
Its a rather common design and shouldn't give you much issue. The configuration complexity depends like Colby said on what your traffic goals are. Active/backup is pretty straight forward. I've seen customers pulling their hair out for months trying to equally load balance two circuits like this though. I have one that requests at least one change a month for the last three months trying to even out the traffic. They even went with GLBP on the inside even though I tried to tell them that would make zero difference. Some guy from Cisco TAC told them it would help though, so it had to right
DPG wrote: »
I should make it a little more clear.
Router_A and Router_B are Cat 6500's and will take the full routing table. The 6500s will be announcing public IPs.
I will have some devices using Router_A and some Router_B. There will also be devices connected to both Router_A and Router_B.
All links are gigabit ethernet.