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 From:  Chris Flugstad <chris at cascadelink dot com>
 To:  Lew Maggio <lew at lsfc dot org>
 Cc:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] multiple wans
 Date:  Thu, 20 Apr 2006 16:02:02 -0700
Lew Maggio wrote:
> I'm running m0n0wall at an office, currently with DSL, and thinking
> about adding a cable modem to the mix.  I'm not really interested in
> load balancing, but what I want is failover so if DSL or cable goes
> down, the internet stays alive.  Although utilizing bandwidth from
> both lines would be good, it's not completely necessary.
>
> T1 = $1000 a month minimum.  Cable and DSL = 160 a month.  If both
> cable and DSL go down at the same time it would obviously be a telco
> backbone in which case a T1 wouldn't keep working either.
>
> Is m0n0wall capable of running this configuration?  I think there's
> some variant of m0n0 that has failover according to google, but it
> doesn't seem to be current.
>
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No ,  I asked this a while ago, and i dont think it has changed.  Try 
pfSense, as that is on a newer version of BSD. 

Chris Flugstad