I'm trying to set up some type of load sharing for my bgp peering sessions that I have at exchange AMS-ix. Currently, I have 2 core routers (router1 & router2) with the same bgp peering sessions but at the moment all traffic from the sessions are going over router1. I would like to configure the bgp peering session in such a way that 50% of the session is active in router1 and other 50% over router2. I have read up on using MED and Multipath but this will not really achieve what I need, does anyone have a suggest or provide an article that I can read up would be much appreciated. Both paths between my core router's are of equal bandwidth
Also note that you can only control the traffic you send from your two peers to the IX. The IX will decide based on their own configuration and policies how to use the dual peers to your network for inbound traffic. It sounds like they are treating your pair of peers as a primary and secondary peering on their side.
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