I have been fighting a battle to get this company out of the computer stone-age and into at least the 19th century. We took a big step in the right direction when we started doing backups earlier this week. Now, our internet connection is the next challenge.
We currently connect via ISDN and our incoming router is a bottleneck running at 10 mb. We may have the chance to add a second ISDN line, and this is where my problem comes up. Is there a router that will allow me to combine the bandwidth of 2 seperate ISDN lines?
I would like the following:
->Inputs for 2 ISDN lines
->10/100 ethernet compatible - not token ring (are these still used?)
->Firewall protection would be nice but not necessary.