I have a client with a farm of Remote Desktop Servers deployed in their office. They have Internet provided by two ISPs (dynamic IPs) in their office and would like to simplify and improve office and remote workers’ Internet connectivity experience.
I would like to propose Balance 580 for their office and second 580 to be deployed in the datacenter - to almost match the datacenter speed of 100Mbs. What I’m hoping to achieve is to provide stable and faster Internet access for the office workers by creating a SpeedFusion link between the office and the datacenter and to use the Internet provided from the datacenter at the combined speed of both ISPs ~75Mbs. On the flip side I would like to give the remote workers single IP address (static) - from the datacenter - to access RDP server farm in the office via SeedFusion connection back to the office. This way there is no need for DynDNS to access RDP farm from outside.
Is it possible to setup this scenario using two 580s? Do I need two IPs in the datacenter to create “outbound” and “inbound” routes with single Internet access - datacenter provides single CAT6 patch cable for the access to the Internet?