Currently, we have a T1 line and Comcast. The web traffic is mostly over Comcast while the email traffic is over the T1 line. We want to swap it. Is there an advantage to get multiple IP address through Comcast since the email and some web traffic will be over Comcast, or does it really not matter? Since we only have one Comcast line coming into our building, will multiple IP address help reduce the bandwidth somehow? Thanks, in advance, for your help. - Charles
The number of IP addresses provisioned on a specific circuit has nothing to do with how much bandwidth is available.
I'm curious as to why you'd want to make this change. Unless your comcast connection is very slow (which I doubt), you're going to have much higher bandwidth available on that connection versus the T1. Unless your use case is much different than most places I've seen, web browsing will suck up a whole lot more bandwidth than email will.