I have debian 2.0 setup as a ip masq box as one of it's net services on a
384-1500/128KBs up/down dsl line. I'm expecting my net requirements to require
a faster line within 6 months. When that happens, I want to add another dsl
line. Each dsl line will have it's own ip.
What I want to do is balance the two dsl lines. So if dsl0 is at full
bandwidth it'll use dsl1 instead.
Everyone I've asked doesn't know enough about linux networking to know if linux
will do this. The only thing that I can think of would be to have two routes
for IPs from 0.0.0.0-126.96.36.199 for dsl0 & 188.8.131.52-254.0.0.0 for dsl1. This
still won't address the balancing issue. If someone can give me a web site to
read, advice or even direct instructions I'd be thankful.
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