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An alternative to a relatively involved BGP scheme could be to use a forwarding gateway or server on the Internet (with good availability). You monitor both Internet uplinks and reconfigure the server to forward to the "good" one.

The easiest way to set up such a server is by using a TCP or UDP proxy - it accepts a stream from a camera and forwards the data to your currently configured Internet link.

An alternative to a relatively involved BGP scheme could be to use a forwarding gateway or server on the Internet (with good availability). You monitor both Internet uplinks and reconfigure the server to forward to the "good" one.

The easiest way to set up such a server is by using a TCP proxy - it accepts a stream from a camera and forwards the data to your currently configured Internet link.

An alternative to a relatively involved BGP scheme could be to use a forwarding gateway or server on the Internet (with good availability). You monitor both Internet uplinks and reconfigure the server to forward to the "good" one.

The easiest way to set up such a server is by using a TCP or UDP proxy - it accepts a stream from a camera and forwards the data to your currently configured Internet link.

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An alternative to a relatively involved BGP scheme could be to use a forwarding gateway or server on the Internet (with good availability). You monitor both Internet uplinks and reconfigure the server to forward to the "good" one.

The easiest way to set up such a server is by using a TCP proxy - it accepts a stream from a camera and forwards the data to your currently configured Internet link.