Which router can provide load balancing between a T1 and Adsl connection. I would like to utilized our T1 and Adsl for our network. Also both the T1 and Adsl will be connected to a Site to Site VPN. If one fails the other still can work and the VPN will not drop. Does anybody knows which router can do the job.
Any Cisco router which has an Ethernet interface for the ADSL, a serial interface for the T1, and an interface for your inside network should be able to do load balancing between the ADSL and the T1 - assuming that you will have a static default route pointing out the T1 and another static default route pointing out the ADSL.
I would suggest that you start by looking at the Cisco 1841 router with a T1 WIC as the router to do what you want.
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