HI to all,

In my college's internet laboratory, I want to establish load-balancing:

  1. My network has 2 different ISP net-connections.
  2. I want the both net-connections to be available to all clients.
  3. My Linux-server has 3 LAN cards: eth0 : connected to ISP1 eth1 : connected to ISP2 eth2 : I want to to circulate internet received in eth0 & eth1 to my intranet. HOW CAN I DO?
  4. I do not know how to combine 2 ISP connections into one.

Can you plz. tell me, how to achieve this? Kindly requested to tell me steps or some hyperlink.

regards & thanks in advance

asked 09 Nov '10, 15:38

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answered 09 Nov '10, 17:51

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