Our small business recently moved to a new (for us) facility, where we installed a VOIP phone system. We have synchronous DSL from Frontier, supposedly at 40up/6dn, which is more than adequate bandwidth when it is working. Since it doesn’t always, we have added Comcast business class cable at 50/10, and I want to send them both through the Balance 20 to provide failover. Neither the Comcast nor Frontier provided equipment allows bridging (from what I can tell), and I’m not savvy enough to know how to properly configure everything correctly. My presumption is that the Balance 20 needs to handle DHCP for my LAN in order to provide failover, so I should disable it on both devices that feed it. I am also presuming that despite two perfectly useable wifi access points (built in to supplied modems) that both radios should be disabled or DHCP conflicts are possible? Perhaps I am simply not understanding the system correctly. Who is willing to provide input?
Thank you for your time!