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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-02-2003, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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CCIE Needed

Hi All,
I need a CCIE who knows how to perform a bonding procedure for a couple routers(whatever that means). Any sub-contractors out there?

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i did the bonding procedure with my girlfriend last night. i dont subcontract to men though, so I hope someone else can help you.

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Place both routers very close to each other and sing "Kumbaya" to them softly.

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I'm a CCNA but I need a little more info on what you're trying to do. Never heard of routers bonding before. What are the model numbers and how are they connected?

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Never heard of bonding before.

Are you talking about load balancing or possible HSRP

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Yeah I know a guy named Dan that could help you out... oh wait, nevermind, he failed the test twice in a row and now lives in a watertower with lots of automatic weapons. Right.

Dude, there's like 200 CCIE's in the world, how many of them do you think have time to ride sportbikes??

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CCNA here also... currently working on CCNP. Also don't know what you mean by bonding. Post a few more details and maybe somebody here can help out.

I do some work on the side, but not sure if I can help out here till I know a few more details.

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im not a CCIE , but i did sleep at a best western last night!


























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Bonding used to be a term used back in the prime ISDN days.
Alot of companies (still to this day) use this technique to take 2-4 128k ISDN lines to make it into one bigger tunnel. Cisco did try a market for DSL and cable connections claiming that this technology would be just as good as a ds1 but for cheaper. Not sure how they did as far as selling it, but I know its not mentioned much anymore due to the low prices of T-1's..etc..etc.
I know guru's talked about simple bonding techniques with ds1's but I am not sure if there was ever a market for that either.
So if someone is looking for several lines bonded to one, you really dont need a CCIE, just someone is is savvy with routers.

Good luck with it, whatever it is your doing.


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Dude, there's like 200 CCIE's in the world, how many of them do you think have time to ride sportbikes??
OH It's that cert, well I'll need to investigate to see what is really required.


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No doubt...that's one guy I'm glad I never pissed off.

On the other hand, if everything on television is true (and it is...) I'd hit up JimGoFast. Those people can do some pretty amazing things after that good night's rest!

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On the other hand, if everything on television is true (and it is...) I'd hit up JimGoFast. Those people can do some pretty amazing things after that good night's rest!

for a minute there i thought i was the only one who got that!

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