I have an office that is installing some management software which is cloud based. The recommended bandwidth for 10 pc's is 2Mbs up and down. The only broadband in the area is DSL with 4Mbs down and 768 up. The upload speed is the issue. I'm looking for a way to "combine" or split the two to get the required upload speeds. It's not quite 2Mbs up if combined, but close enough. We can get 2 DSL lines in the office. I have 2 thoughts on how to get this to work.
1. I was considering a router with a Load Balancing option (like the Cisco RV042), but from what I can tell, Load Balancing just shifts the bandwidth to which ever line works best.
2. Have 2 routers on the line (DHCP will be off) and have half the pc's configured with Router 1 as the default gateway and the other half on Router 2.