I have a pretty straight-forward issue. I hope there is a relatively easy solution. Basically, my company has a T1 line. The sole reason that I can gather from the folks that ordered it 5 years ago is that the internet connection needs to be reliable. It is currently being used to connect just two office computers to the internet. It costs nearly $900/month.
I was wondering why I couldn't install a cable modem and a DSL modem and find some fancy appliance to switch from one to the other in the case of an outage. I found a Barracuda product that "shares" the connections, but I could really settle for running everything on one connection and just dumping to the secondary in case of failure.
Anyone have experience with this? My hardware budget is pretty big considering I could show a $700/month savings if I can prove reliability of a redundant solution.