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Redundant Internet Connections 1 Cable 1 DSL How to Setup DNS

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I have two internet connections for redundancy. Both go through a dual wan Linksys Router. The cable connection has a dynamic IP and the DSL has a static IP. I am going to be hosting my own email, web server, and considering DNS. I am wondering whether I should outsource my DNS with say DYNDNS.org and how I would setup so that there is redundancy between the connections?
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Sorry, just a suggestion rather than an answer.  Since you haven't had any responses yet here, you may want to consider moving this question to one of the networking TA's for a better response.

You can also look at www.urec.cnrs.fr/publications/ network-redundancy-v-u-1.pdf, which "describes how to set-up a network redundancy for service machines which have to be accessible 24/7 by all clients over the Internet".  There is some DNS info, but not a lot.  However, it might point you in the right direction.
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