Forgive my ignorance - I’m a marketing person in a small company, tasked with fixing our bandwidth problems, so I’m learning but cannot seem to find anything anywhere about using these types of load balancing routers on a peer-to-peer network (no domain controller, no vpn, nothing - currently have T1 modem (which is also acting as dhcp server) feeding a switch that everyone is plugged directly into).
Will these routers work this way? I’ll be adding 1 or 2 cable modems to the T1, depending on how I think this will work. I’m guessing I’ll just plug the modems into the peplink router, then plug the peplink router into the switch.??
Will the peplink router be able to act as my dhcp server in this type of setup?
Also - the reason I’m needing so much more bandwidth is because we are starting to do lots of video conferencing (currently using skype but maybe using something else in the future). We may sometimes need to have 2 or 3 different video conferences at the same time. which peplink routers will give me enough control to route a specific port number to a specific wan connection? or a specific lan ip address to a specific wan connection?
Thanks for any answers or advice!