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How to route all traffic from three ISP Routers to a Cloud based router.

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I have a problem with some advanced routing.  And although I passed my TCP/IP training courses, it was many years ago....  

What I need to achieve.  I have a hotel, not actually mine, they have a number of Access Points, all different brands. These access points are connected to the internet via ISP provided Fiber Optic Routers.  What we want to do is that all traffic from these three routes is "routed" via a single upstream, cloud based router.  

This cloud based router will provide hotspot access control, as well as other logging services.

Can someone please remind me how to perform this upstream routing.

Thanks
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Sajid Shaik M earned 2000 total points
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i don't think so that cloud routers could be useful in your scenario at this time as you have already this time access points which are not having features supports cloud enabled access point.

is this regard if you want to make it then you have to look for similar the following link
https://www.tanaza.com/project/powercloud-enable-cap324/

if you want to manage existing environment then you can check the following similar etc. to control all access points from one location.

https://www.netgear.com/business/products/wireless/wireless-management/?cid=wmt_netgear_organic

all the best
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We looked at Tanaza, but they charge per AP, and as we have over 70 APs it is not commercially viable.

With regards to the NetGear solution, we are not looking to replace any existing gear.
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