I have an associate who handed me a UTT AC750GW router http://www.uttglobal.com/default.asp?id=3512
and he said that he was told by another tech that the router can be hooked to two separate internet provider connections, one DSL and one cable, which would allow him to create a system that would provide "fail-over" if one internet provider went down.
The router as you can see obviously accepts both DSL and Cable but I'm really at a loss as to how this could be configured due to my basic understanding that a single router can only be dedicated to one modem at a time and I haven't found anything on the internet that would lead me to believe otherwise regardless of whether it will accept two different types of connectivity.
Am I missing something here and have I fallen so far behind in SOHO networking that I'm beyond hope ?
I know that if I can't the right answer here then I probably can't get it anywhere.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.