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We have two T1 connections coming into two cisco routers. The lines are from different providers. Can we make them into a bonded t1 for our data center? What equipment will we need and what configuration?
How can I divide a T1 line between about 20 clients; ensuring that they each get the same amount of bandwidth? The T1 connects to a Linksys router (WRT160NL) which is connected to a wireless Linksys router (WRT160N). I want to use two or three of these wireless routers; which they would be in...