+ 0 Votes At a high level robo_dev 2 years ago What you may need is a dual-WAN router that can load-balance between two ISP connections (Cisco RV042), or a conventional router like a Cisco 1710 that can use one WAN connection as a primary connection and a secondary WAN connection for failover There are only a couple of triple-WAN routers out there, most likely something like a Cisco 3925 which costs around $7,000 USD. If all three WAN connections are from the same ISP, then you typically will not gain much resiliency by buying three circuits from them, as most likely all three will stop working at the same time. + 0 Votes thank you robo and databaseben... srgmnab Updated - 2 years ago databaseben: it is not my home. it is my workplace, it is an educational organisation. we have separate three internet connections and all the three connections give internet to 45 systems through switch. how can i distribute it properly. and also i want to structure the whole organisation networking. kindly provide a plan... robo: thank you for the information. but it is not possible to invest that much by the management. so kindly give information less cost and effective networking management. + 0 Votes Possibilities ThatITGuyTy Updated - 2 years ago I am going to assume that this educational organization is a school or college of some kind. Next, I am going to assume that there are locations within this organization that can house networking equipment. If you haven't already, check out eBay for switch and router racks; you can get a decent rack to house both or all your switches and routers for under $400 bucks. + 0 Votes hai thatTguyTy srgmnab 2 years ago thanx for the information. cool. recently we met a technical expert came here and told us what could be done to solve the problem. I need a small help. what is proxy server? how to configure that?