Small Business, Multiple Internet, Internet Redundancy
I am looking to set up a LAN that will include VoIP and a computer network.
My primary concern: I can't lose my phone service due to Internet outages, so I would like Internet redundancy (two different carriers).
My primary question: With about 20 Internet devices (VoIP phones/Computers/Server), can I achieve Internet redundancy on my LAN? If one Internet goes down, the second Internet automatically picks up the full office load (or just the Phones, I can't lose phone service)
Secondary question: What hardware for this solution? I was thinking I need a link aggregation switch, but I am not quite sure.
Current network setup: DSL Internet router>unmanaged switch> 5 client computers + 1 Server
Desired network setup: 2 DSL Internet routers> ? switch> 5 client computers + 1 Server + 5 VoIP Digital Phones
So I've been doing some research but I'm lost between two options:
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