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Looking to use two internet connections simultaneously

My company has a painfuly slow quarter T1 connection. We are lookin to augment it with a DSL connection. A lot of our important incoming and outgoing traffic comes through our current connection (websites, FTP, Email, VPN). What we are looking to do is to split the bandwidth so that, for example, HTTP traffic goes through the DSL connection, and other protocols go through our T1. I have found routers that can use multiple WAN connections, but I am not sure they do it how I am talking about. Does anyone know of any products out there (hardware or software) that can do this. I see that endian firewall can use multiple WANs. I downloaded it, I am trying to scrape together a box to run it on so I can see if it will do this or not. Any suggestions?
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8/22/2022 - Mon