I have a Cisco 2600 with one Frame Relay connection to internet access. I\ndo NAT to all my intenernal computers, so all them go to internet with the\nsame public IP address.\n\nBut I am thinking pay one DSL connection. With this, I will have two public\nIP address and, of course, two access. The idea I have is perform load\nbalancing with this two lines. This load balancing is only to outbound\ntraffic, because I have no services publiced in that router.\n\nIs there any problem? If I configure my router with two static default\nroutes :\n\nip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 serial0\nip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 atm0\n\nThe outbound traffic will be balanced. But perhaps there would be a probem\nwith nat. I will configure two nat instances (one per interface). When one\ninternal computer init a http connection to internet, the router will add a\nnew nat entry in the nat table in one interface, ie DSL, so this connection\ngoes to internet with the public ip address of the DSL. But the next paquet\nthe client will send... acroos what interface goes to internet? DSL again?\nDoes the router look for in the nat table before the routing table?\nPerhaps, if the router peform load balancing, the router add a new nat entry\nin the other interface (Frame Relay).\n\nSome one can help me to resolve this question??