I operate an MPLS/IP network that utilizes auto-bandwidth to measure bandwidth utilization and signal RSVP accordingly. How can I maintain balance across my LSP paths such that one large [P router]-to-[P router] path/flow doesn't saturate any one link?
I think that by creating more equal-cost LSPs, traffic should be getting balanced at the cost of increased signaling overhead. I'm also considering lowering the statistics measurement interval for closer-to-reality signaling bandwidths, but at the cost of increased measurement time and signaling overhead.
What's the best way to find the optimal balance of full-mesh LSP count and statistics interval?
The routing platform here is Juniper JunOS.