On 8/31/05, Chris Mason <lists at masonc dot com> wrote:
> I have an expensive 512 kb fixed bandwidth leased line that is stable
> but not very wide. It suffices for our servers and voip traffic with
> traffic shaping. However, we have a webcam that supplies live video of
> the beach and tends to overload the gateway on it's own, so I have
> turned it off for now.
> We have an addiitonal feed form Cable TV, it's not as reliable but it's
> pretty fast and bandwidth is cheap. I'd like to use that for the
> non-essential traffic such as the webcam and remote extension voip
> traffic. Should I use another M0n0wall box with the internal IP set to a
> static IP on the same C class and set the webcam to use it as the
that's what I'd do. I don't know of any good reason to put up a
different /24, can't think of any benefits that would offer.