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Re: Security benefits of spliting services between two ISP providers
From: Reece Mills <reece.mills () charter net>
Date: Tue, 17 May 2005 03:20:15 -0500
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Only part of what you need will be affected if one of your ISPs
fail.... Hope it is not the web based business services provider...
is not the email provider....
Ok... What will be the security benefit of splitting services between
two ISP providers as you described?
Rossen S. Naydenov wrote:
|What will be the security benefit of splitting services between two ISP
|By splitting services I mean have one ISP serve only web based business
|services and other ISP serve the email and traffic generated by internal
|web browsing (or something similar).
|Right now everything goes through one ISP and second ISP connection is
|kept as a backup.
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