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On 04/11/2018 13:13, Alfred wrote:
Once/if you have fix/ed the above you then have the issue of routing.
Which ISP does a particular packet take ? As you are not running a
routing protocol how will it decide ?
I had this working years ago on a cisco with 2 adsl cards in it.
One Was to the ISP I was working for at the time and the other my
personal Demon Internet account.
As I knew all the IP address ranges of the ISP I worked for I put static
routes for the superblocks via their dsl circuit and a default route to
the rest of the internet via my Demon account.
To keep it simple I used Google's DNS for both.
I am not sure that a cheap soho router will be able to do this, but
Drayteks are better than most.
2 nic cards in your PC and 2 dsl routers one for each ISP will also work
as long as the IP range is different on each routers internal LAN and
you setup routing as above