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Office LAN with 2 ADSL Connections?

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Hi, I assume this can be done. Basically, we are running out of bandwidth on our single ADSL connection - we have some services (database synchs etc.) that need a consistent level of bandwidth and we now have a lot of users using VOIP and other band-width intensive applications. Can I "segment" the LAN's internet access into 2 parts, each using a different gateway to access the internet and have 2 firewalls/adsl modems servicing? Is there a more elegant solution?
ADSL is by far the most cost-effective solution for us and if it is possible to just add another, that would be great.
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Look at the spec sheet on the 460R - http://www.symantec.com/enterprise/products/overview.jsp?pcid=1001&pvid=869_1

It will let you connect to DSL services and can spread the bandwidth.

Hope that helps.

Scot

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