We have two internet connections to our office and our current setup is like this:
The internet connections require PPPoE log-in. I take a cable and plug it into a WIFI Router and configure the router to log in using PPPoE. I Then connect a cable from the router to a switch and distribute the internet throughout my office.
I'm not able to monitor who is hogging internet usage and what he or she is actually using it for.
We also have a NAS setup which is routed through another switch.
Could someone please throw a little light on how I should restructure this setup for easy monitoring and better transparency?
Each WAN router is connected to a different switch and is distributed to users accordingly. We have around 40 users in the office. We want to setup a single Linux box to which I want to connect the two WAN connections as a gateway for our users... I'm looking for a solution where we do not have to invest more that buying a single PC and a couple of NICs.