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Transition from single home to multihomed solution

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Hi there,
I've attached my network diagram where I've tried to give the big picture of a 'Dual-homed Single ISP' solution since their traceroute meets at the same device on the very next hop. How can i make the transition of this network to a multihomed network. I've thought that I can use a Router (keeping things simple for now) and have it connected to the internet using another ISP. Connect the inside interface of that router to my DMZ and LAN switches separately ? Would that be correct solution ?

Now, secondly (and this is a potential flaw i see ) all the major services are hosted on the DMZ; the DMZ has a public subnet. Our ISP (Telstra) is responsible for routing traffic to this DMZ subnet statically (not BGP) . Say when I connect the router that i've proposed in the diagram attached to another ISP and connect its inside interface to DMZ, how is that ISP going to find out on how to route to this DMZ subnet; this is obviously assuming a case of failure occuring at first ISP and we need to use this second ISP. I can route traffic from inside--> to internet fine; but how about traffic coming from outside the internet to this DMZ ? How is this second provider going to know about it about this public DMZ subnet. Which things are in our control and which things are not in our control in such scenarios is also another query ?

Any further info. I can provide, let me know. Your help will be appreciated -:)
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