How to implement redundent internet connection w/ 2 ISPs
We have 3 locations all connected to eachother over the internet with a VPN. We have Cisco 851-K9 routers with 1 Wan port. With our current ISP we are having constant outages and are needing a redundent ISP connection to take effect whenever the first ISP has an outage. Is this possible with the 851-K9 routers? If not what do I need to use in order to implement this current solution. The 851-k9 wan port is current being used with the first isp.
Re: How to implement redundent internet connection w/ 2 ISPs
The connectivity will be ethernet based. But if you are asking like broadband type, we currently have a Cable connection, and more than likely the backup will be a DSL connection which will likely connect to the router via ethernet. I hope this answers your quesiton.
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