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Re: Multiple ISP's on one Server



You may need split access and source based routing.

Check out this link: http://lartc.org/howto/lartc.rpdb.multiple-links.html

I have worked like this for more than a year, just customize what you need.

Regards.

On Fri, 2004-10-01 at 20:20, Thom Paine wrote:
I ran into a small problem last month in that I used over 70G of
bandwidth. My current ISP can't really handle that, as it costs him $4
per G of transfer.

I really need the static IP that he provides, as well as the discount on
my internet, but I don't want to abuse what I've got working for me.
Rogers Cable can provide me with internet service as well with no
transfer limit. My question is how to set up my server best to utilize
using two ISP's.

I need my current static IP to connect to servers I support, but I would
rather have most of my incoming connections as well as most of my
internet traffic head out the cable one. I'm thinking that with hosting
my own domain, I can create an alias with my cable connection because it
isn't really all that permanent. It might change IP's a couple times per
year.

Does anyone else do this, and could give me some advice so I don't try
and reinvent the wheel?

Thanks.
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IEE José Hugo Pérez Casanova
Profesor del Depto. de Ingeniería Electrónica
Instituto Tecnológico de Veracruz

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