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Your main problem is that T1 is point-to-point and you can't terminate it twice, as Ron M. has pointed out. You'd need some kind of hardware switch and set up some router monitoring that toggles the switch. Depending on the router and line failure rates, it's probably not worth the trouble, as Ron T. has pointed out. For real redundancy, you'd need a second, ...


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If you have a single layer-3 switch to which the LAN connects, you don't need an FHRP for the LAN. The question then becomes how to load balance from the layer-3 switch to the Internet. If you need the layer-3 switch to know about the specific routes advertised from each ISP in order to make intelligent decisions about which direction to route particular ...


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