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By duckdive ·
I am trying to setup a location that has a T1 and DSL. I need to make the T1 the primary connection with the DSL a backup in case of a failure. I am trying to collect information and resources that will explain how to do this. The network will beusing all normal services, www, ftp, email, VPN, etc. I would appreciate any assistance or resources.

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Using a NT/2000 server network. It will most likely have a DMZ for the public servers.

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by DC1 In reply to Redundant Internet Connec ...

Microsoft's proxy server will allow you to configure a primary and a backup internet connection, if that is something that you are going to use.

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Depending on what type of routers you use, if your T-1 goes down, re-route to the DSL router. It would be costly but, if there is a router our there that can handle both DSL and a T connection, go that route. I know Cisco routers can do some loadballancing but, I am not sure which have both DSL and T capabilities.

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