Task2.2 - Load Distribution

Hello,

I just completed this lab and reviewed my configs against the solution guide which brought me here with a question.  Second bullet of the task tells us to assume that frame-relay circuits have specific bandwidth settings for this lab to take into consideration for this task. 

Question .... If i choose to change K values to use only delay to answer the abose task, will this be considered correct or incorrect? Technicaly, taks doesnt say that i am NOT allowed to change it and second bullet only tells me to assume that circuits provisioned at specific speeds which i still configured using bandwidth command.

Thank you

Dmitriy

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    You are correct, the question technically doesn't say *not* to change
    the metric weights.  As long as the load balancing works in the ratio
    the question asks for I would assume it is correct.



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    nydimka23 wrote:

    Hello,

    I just completed this lab and reviewed my configs against the
    solution guide which brought me here with a question.  Second bullet of
    the task tells us to assume that frame-relay circuits
    have specific bandwidth settings for this lab to take into
    consideration for this task. 

    Question .... If i choose to change K values to use only delay to
    answer the abose task, will this be considered correct or incorrect?
    Technicaly, taks doesnt say that i am NOT allowed to change it and
    second bullet only tells me to assume that circuits provisioned at
    specific speeds which i still configured using bandwidth command.

    Thank you

    Dmitriy







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