I have two isp's one of 2Mbps and another of 3Mbps with static ips. The requirement is to combine the two isp's to a single ip so that the site is up all time and avoids ip swtiching. Also i need the output to be the sum of the two isp's ie. 5Mbps. Is there any feature using which this can be done.
I have researched a bit and have found multi-homing. But am not clear with the configuration as well as the technical idea.
Hope that it helps myself and any others who wish to do the same.
Combining 2 WAN links from 2 ISPs as one is not possible if you use IP addresses provided by the ISPs and I'm not even sure it can be achieved with provider independent addresses.If you had 2 links from same ISP and provided they support this feature then you could use MLPP(Multilink PPP) and assign the IP to the multilink interface which bundles the 2 interfaces.
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