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Sharing Internet Traffic Between DSL and T1

I have a customer that recently installed a DSL link to replace thier T1.  They are happy with the DSL download speed but not happy with the upload speed.  Is it possible to install a load balancing router and configure it to download only from the DSL and upload using only the T1?
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Nope, I don't think that's possible.
If there is a known set of destinations for "uploading" you may be able to configure static routes to those IPs or subnets via the T1 line.

Otherwise there is no way to tell a router to send "upload" one way and "donwload" another ;(

- Dani
ptsolutionsincAuthor Commented:
that's what I thought.  I just wasn't 100% sure.

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