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Date:      Sat, 6 Apr 2002 18:23:01 +0400
From:      "Premier Ltd." <premier@kbrnet.ru>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Working with two and more different ISP at once
Message-ID:  <000001c1dd76$925f67d0$23783bd5@melissa>

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Hi!
 
I need to build FreeBSD system with two and more (up to 6 for me)
dial-out connections to separate traffic (outgoing from SOCKS, HTTP,
FTP-proxy servers on the same machine) with them. The problem is that
ISP doesn't support Multilink PPP and provide dial-up at much low cost
than other way. The next question (if solution exist) is to control
number of active lines depends on traffic.
 
The point is to optimize (minimize) incoming traffic from ISP for LAN
and dial-in connections.
 
Is it possible to make router dynamical change route table depends on
traffic of each line. And shell it work? (With one ISP, two or more)
 
Pre-Thanx.
 
Alexander S. Stroganov
premier@kbrnet.ru


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