> A. No, BTopenworld do not guarantee service on ADSL connections, therefore
> you can not use an additional ADSL line for redundancy/up-time.
>> There was an article on some american site last week, about load balancing
> across multiple ADSL lines to get a cheaper T1. Seeems their trying to nip
> that idea in the bud as well.
Actually, that's not what you just quoted - if service is not guaranteed, then
there is no advantage to having two of them *for redundancy purposes*. You're
just as likely to lose both of them at once.
Load sharing is another matter :-)
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