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How to bring two router connections into a SG200-50

We have two Comcast 100MB routers. Can I plug these both into the SG200-50? How do I configure the ports?

I have an Apple Extreme Wireless Router that 30 Laptops use. I also have 25 VOIP phones and 10 Desktops that are on an unmanaged switch which I want to convert to the new SG200-50.

I want to to have extra bandwidth for all of this through a single switch. How is the best way to configure the ports.

Thanks,

Jason

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How to bring two router connections into a SG200-50

Hi Jason, what is your goal? Do you want both connections separate but servicing specific devices?

-Tom
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How to bring two router connections into a SG200-50

Hi Tom,

My goal is load-balancing the internet traffic between the two Comcast routers. The devices would be prioritized to maintain QoS.

Thanks,

J

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How to bring two router connections into a SG200-50

Hi Jason, I'm not sure there would be a load balance mechanism that would do this for you. The most ideal solution would be for you to get a router that supports DUAL WAN such as RV042G.

-Tom
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How to bring two router connections into a SG200-50

Thanks Tom. Looks like this what we need.