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  Multi-Homing: Connecting to Two ISPs
Subject:   Multi-Homing: Connecting to Two ISPs
Date:   2001-05-14 15:54:37
From:   nexthop
you could consider accepting routes from n isps and develop internal routing policy to filter and redistribute routes into the local network as defined by rfc2796 and others: 1105 1163 1265 1266 1267 1364 1397 1403 1654 1656 1745 1771 1773 1774 1863 1965 1966 1997 1998 2042 2283 2385 2439 2545 2547 2796 2842 2858 2918 3065
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  • Multi-Homing: Connecting to Two ISPs
    2007-02-02 10:24:46  Mr.Smith [View]

    Sorry accidentaly posted twice.
    Mr.Smith hahaha
  • Multi-Homing: Connecting to Two ISPs
    2007-02-02 10:22:48  Mr.Smith [View]

    nexthop,
    I work for a company and we are planning on getting another internet provider because our current one has a limit to downloading and the like and we need to sync a folder on two different computers. So, we are getting another internet provider that has no limit but it is slower, and it would be perfect to sync those two machines. Anyway, all we really want to be able to do is have like 10 computers on one and 10 on the other, but we still want communication with all the computers ont the network. If you could give me any pointers or suggestions on how to get that to work correctly that would be great.
    thanks
    Mr.Smith
  • Multi-Homing: Connecting to Two ISPs
    2007-02-02 10:22:03  Mr.Smith [View]

    nexthop,
    I work for a company called Imaginestics and we are planning on getting another internet provider because our current one has a limit to downloading and the like and we need to sync a folder on two different computers. So, we are getting another internet provider that has no limit but it is slower, and it would be perfect to sync those two machines. Anyway, all we really want to be able to do is have like 10 computers on one and 10 on the other, but we still want communication with all the computers ont the network. If you could give me any pointers or suggestions on how to get that to work correctly that would be great.
    thanks
    Mr.Smith