I'm getting contradictory information regarding the possibility of sharing one 256Kbps Internet access link between two 2611 routers. Some people tell me it's possible, other say it's a "no go". The challenge is: I want to have two 2611 routers in a hot standby configuration, with redundant switches on the LAN side and one dedicated (256Kbps) link to the Internet.
Question: is it possible for these two routers to be connected to that same link (through an "Y" cable, or something like that), so that when the primary fails, the backup router may continue providing access? How should I implement this solution without having to lease two independent links?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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