Gary Smithe wrote: > Hi folks, > Hopefully this question makes some sense. I work at a small ISP, > where we have 3 T1 lines coming in (from 3 different providers). We > have split different customers and services out on these 3 address > spaces. > > We'd like to aggregate bandwidth in such a way that all public > addresses still work, but that bandwidth is somewhat evenly > distributed. This aggregation would hopefully have the side-effect of > preventing outages for any of our customers if any 1 of the upstream > links fails. > > I'd prefer a GNU/Linux solution, but it doesn't have to be that way. > Heck, we'd even pay for mysterious, closed, "black box" product, if it > got the job done. If you have all three links coming into the same Linux box, you can use Shoreline Firewall's multi-ISP setup to achieve this. http://shorewall.net/MultiISP.html -- Paul <http://paulgear.webhop.net> -- Did you know? Using HTML email rather than plain text is less efficient, taking anywhere from 2 to 20 times longer to download, and a corresponding amount more space on disk. Learn more about using email efficiently at <http://www.expita.com/nomime.html>.
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