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Old 11-14-2012, 03:55 PM
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Default Small Office with 2 Internet Connection Solutions

Hi everyone,

We have 2 AT&T U-Verse connections at our office right now because those were the only options we had available. I'm looking for some solutions for the optimal set up.

Currently, we have one main printer and a couple of other computers that will be wireless in the next couple of days.

The RV042 seemed like a good option but from what I understand, it only kicks in once the other one goes out, is this true?

I was also looking at one of the new ASUS routers and buying 2 of them, bridging them together under one network but is that possible if you're using 2 different internet connections?

Thanks,
Peter
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The RV042 seemed like a good option but from what I understand, it only kicks in once the other one goes out, is this true?
No. Not true. From http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/lanwa...owall=&start=1

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The RV042 provides two options for managing dual ISP connections, Load Balancing (default) and Smart Link Backup.
Note there is also the RV042G with Gigabit Ethernet ports. Draytek also has plenty of multi-WAN routers.
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