Hello all, not sure if this is where I should post this but here goes. I have an 1811W and would like to set each Fast Ethernet port to have its own NAT defined.
Here's my reasoning. I am trying to setup a roll-over for my Internet connection. If the main line (cable) goes down, it will pick up the second line (DSL) automatically. I have the routing tables setup to do this, but the NAT does not work. It will only use the one that was designated for the main Fast Ethernet.
I do not want to go with something like OER (optimized edge routing), because that just seems more confusing and I do not know where to begin with that. Any help would be appreciated. thanks
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