OT Router

Erik Heil eheil at patmedia.net
Sat Nov 29 13:48:36 EST 2003

Hello there.  In order to share two high-speed connections, you'll need some
kind of load-balancing.  Also, the router must support the use of multiple
uplink interfaces.  Also if it supports SPI/Quality of Service Data in order
to do network packeg/protocol prioritization, that would be good.  Also,
what logging facilities does the router have?  Does it export to the
standard UNIX syslogd?  On ports that are forwarded, does it automatically
perform a DNS/reverse DNS query on hostnames?  These are all things you need
to look at.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Rejean Proulx" <rejean at interfree.ca>
To: <speakup at braille.uwo.ca>
Sent: Saturday, November 29, 2003 12:21 PM
Subject: OT Router

> We had a discussion on this list about running 2 subnets and blocking the
> internet from one card and so on.  I found a solution for allowing a linux
> server to be on 2 high speed connections.  linksys makes a router that
> load balancing between 2 internet connections but I can't find a store
> has it locally.  Where does one order these kinds of things in Canada?  I
> looking for a large supplier that I can call that might have such a thing
> I can't think of one.  Any ideas?  The model is Linksys rv082.
>  Rejean Proulx
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