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I have a website that is registered with an IP of XX.XXX.XXX.XXX (which is a T1). I also have a cable modem (with a static IP) coming into my office. Can I register the cable modems IP under the DNS name along witht he T1 IP, so if one fails people can still get to my site via the other connection. I know I'd have to configure my firewall (a linux box) to handle both connections.
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Yes it is completely possible. Read this article should help get you pointed in the right direction.

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