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  1. Hi Vianney,

    From what I know, PPP multilink is reliable and shouldn’t impact your latency/bandwidth. It’s also used in VoIP scenarios where they recommend to enable interleaving. When you do this, the smaller (delay sensitive) packets are not multilink encapsulated.

    If you want a definitive answer, it would be best just to test this. Lab it up on some real hardware, then see how it compares against two regular PPP links.

    Rene

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