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Old 01-03-2005, 04:24 AM   #1
lazza79
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Question Help for a newbie about multiple internet connections


Hi, i am a newbie of linux, so i need a little help.
I'm gonna build the network of my office, we will have a Linux fedora core 3 to act as a firewall, we will have 2 internet connection:

ADSL (640/256 Kbit)
HDSL (2/2 Mbit)

the Hdsl will be used from our sites (more bandwidth), the adsl will be used for internet surfing by the employed.
My question is: Can i manage these 2 connections with the firewall? for example ip from 1 to 45 use adsl ip from 46 to 49 use hdsl?
there is a way to solve this problem, i have a router "cisco 2600" to connect modems to linux?

Thanks in advance

Lazza79
 
  


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