I have Cisco 871 router witch has 1 WAN interface and 4-port 10/100-Mbps managed switch.
My question is: Can I connect this router with 2 ISP's? One of the ISP's I can connect with the WAN port, but can I connect the other ISP to one of the 4-port managed switch and to separate it in other VLAN.
My Idea is when one of the ISP's fails the LAN PC's to go over the other ISP.
What is in general the difference between WAN and LAN interface on Cisco 800 series.
I already find that anwer and tryed it. It works! I am with the "advanced ip services" IOS, so everything is OK.
I am really surprised what the Vlan(SVI) interface can do. I works like a real Layer 3 interface. It has all main features as routing, nat, PBR, ZBF and that is all i need. I stiil cannot find a disadvantige of using SVI instead of a Layer 3 fa interface.
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