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 Redundant Internet Connections
Author: Daniel Bissett 
Date:   13-07-00 20:55

Hi!

Some people I work with would like to have two redundant internet connections through seperate ISPs. Ideally, the box would connect to the LAN by NAT, providing DHCP to all users. Both ISPs would connect to the box with fixed addresses. Hopefully, if one ISP went down, the other would continue to operate and the users would not notice a thing. Load balancing and in-bound connections would not be issues here.

Has anyone ever done this or know how to do this?

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