I have a cable broadband connection and just recently added a DSL broadband connection for home use. I work at home and need the back up connection in the event one connection goes down. I also have two Linksys routers connected to each of the connections. Cable (faster line) is connected to the Linksys SRX 200 and the DSL is connected to the Linksys 802.11b Wireless 4port switch/router.
Aside from buying new expensive dual wan hardware - is there a way to connect my pc to both of these routers/broadband connections simultaneously? The ideal solution would allow for aggregation of both connections in addition to fail over.
I also have a corporate laptop that connects to my employers network via the Nortel Contivity VPN software, which I've heard is a problem for most dual wan routers in regard to load balancing with VPN connections.
Both PCs have a wireless and wired ethernet connection - two wan cards.