I have a setup with about 35 desktops on a network with some smart swtiches and a Server 2008 and a DSL router.
The company wants to add a 2nd DSL line from a different DSL provider that will be used by 4 of the 35 desktops for Internet access. All Desktops need to connect to the Win 2008 server.
The DHCP server is set up on the existing DSL router.
My question is: What are some options to set it up so the 4 desktops use the new 2nd DSL router but sill can acces the same 2008 Server on the network. I could set the default gateway on the 4 for DSL router 2 to that GW IP and the other 31 desktops to default Gateway for DSL router #1 but is there another way to do this?
They do not want the other 31 desktops to use the 2nd new DSL router being added for bandwidth reasons.
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