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lelo
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      05-19-2005
There were two separate networks which resided in two different
buildings at my company's present location which have since been
merged into one network which spans two buildings. Each of these
networks had it's own cisco 2610 router connected to a full T1 line
for internet access. Both of these networks had different internet
service providers. Now that the networks have been merged into one all
of the equipment is now going to be housed in one building. One of the
ISPs (AT&T) has agreed to move its' circuit into the new building. Is
there anyway to utilize only one of the cisco 2610 routers to host both
of the 2 different ISP providers circuits in some type of failover
configuration so that if one isp's circuits goes down the other would
take over. What additional router hardware would we need in order to
accomplish this. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in
advance, LeRoy.

 
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