Hey people out there,
Hope I get some advise of interconnecting experts, but not bias suggestions on my "concept".
Correct me *politely* if I'm wrong.
Firstly, let's call ISP A (ADSL) and ISP B (Hybrid Fiber Coaxial).
Secondly, a slash (/) would usually mean downstream speed/upstream speed (i.e. 15Mbps/1Mbps)
I currently have a Broadband Subscription with ISP A with 15Mbps/1Mbps only.
But however I need 6Mbps and above for web hosting, etc.
I hope I'm not obliged to answer why I need so much bandwidth for.
I've terminated the service from ISP B because apparently they blocked port 80 (I know I can use DynDNS redirection, etc. but I don't want my users to type additional wordings i.e. :81, another disadvantage is also because new users wouldn't type additional wordings behind the address, in this case they'll getting time out) and few other reasons such as technical support.
But right now, I need to think I'll need to take up the subsciption from ISP B because of bandwidth issues.
So my decision is:
Take up ISP B's service plan on top of ISP A's service plan, but however, there'll be problem I'm going to encounter (stated below).
Advantage on ISP A:
Can use port 80
Disadvantage on ISP A:
Only 1Mbps upstream
Advantage on ISP B:
Up to 10Mbps (I've tried hosting, users get up to 9Mbps most of the time, locally (SGP), and up to 6Mbps and sometimes 8Mbps on US and Europe)
Disadvantage on ISP B:
Port 80 blocked
- Use ISP A's Port 80 functionality
- Use ISP B's 10Mbps upstream
Problems that I might encounter:
- How can I use "load-balancing" and "port-redirection on a Cisco Switch or Router (?) (if i'm not wrong(?), studied CCNA but can't really remember)
- Which IP will be shown if it is possible?
Is it possible?