I have a remote site with a T1 connection tied back to a main location. This provides access to the servers at the main location and also provides internet access via the main location.
The problem is that it is becoming too slow and I want to install a second internet connection. Most likely it will be a standard DSL (3mb) connection.
The T1 (through an older ADTran router) must remain as-is and continue to act as a bridge between this remote LAN and the main location.
I am looking for ideas on how I might connect this second network connection and allow any non-lan traffic (any non 192.168.x) to go through it.
The ad-tran has a second port I believe, but I think it may be rated at T1 speed only.
There is a 3Com Super Stack all the machines are plugged in to to form the LAN.
If a new hardware device is required, it needs to be very economical.