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How to set up load-balancing between two Adtran routers?

How to set up load-balancing between two Adtran routers?

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Hi, I've been using a test environment with two Adtran NetVanta 3448s. I found the .pdf of how to set up load balancing via per-destination, which is exactly what I want; however, it didn't quite work for my test environment. Here's the link:

https://supportforums.adtran.com/servlet/JiveServl...

In the end I'd like to be able to do the following:

PC1 --->Adtran1--->Adtran2--->PC2

192.168.1.2(PC1)--->192.168.1.1(Inside Interface of R1)--->172.16.1.1(Outside Interface of R1)--->172.16.1.2(Outside Interface of R2)--->192.168.2.1(Inside Interface of R2)--->192.168.2.2(PC2)
And then have it use round-robin onto the second link
192.168.1.2(PC1)--->192.168.1.1(Inside Interface of R1)--->172.16.2.1(Outside Interface of R1)--->172.16.2.2(Outside Interface of R2)--->192.168.2.1(Inside Interface of R2)--->192.168.2.2(PC2)
And then of course the other way around as well from PC2 to PC1

To simplify the question, I'd like to do load-balancing between two Adtran routers in a backbone. Is there any way to do ip load-sharing per-destination without the use of NAT?

Thank you,
Comake

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