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I'm banging my head against the wall to come up with a clever and simple solution to WAN failover. This is for a SOHO installation with two different external IPs. Only outbound connection failover ...
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We host one web server on our office internet connection (cheap!). The DNS servers are external and not provided by the ISP. When the connection goes down we would like to have a backup solution. The ...