From what I gather from your post, you have a server running WWW services and you want to be able to have these services running via multiple ISP links either active/active (load balancing) or active/passive (failover).
The design depends on several requirements.
Do you own the Public IP address or the IP address is owned by ISP on link 1?
If owned by the ISP, you need to get the 2nd link from the same ISP and they are the only one allowed to route that subnet.
If owned by you, then you need to talk to the provider from both links and have them advertise this subnet for you. You can discuss with them which link will preferred and this design is often done with BGP.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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