troubleshooting Question

SDSL and T!.. can they get along?

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I have a need for a secondary method of access in case my first method fails.

Right now I am running my network and websites via a T1 line. It has failed in the past and left me in the cold. I have a block of IP's from my T1 provider. I want to add SDSL to my network as a backup/addition. (not from same provider obviously)

how can I do this?  Can I bring in SDSL and cohabit it with the T1?  How would my website still be available to a person who types in

My Server is tied to my T1 provider right?  
If they go dont I am out of luck?

Would a request be automatically routed around my T1 provider to my SDSL connection if the T1 failed?

Please give some advise here.. It is utmost importance to me.
Les Moore
Systems Architect
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