I have a slightly odd question here (yes, another one!),
I'm getting a bonded ADSL (actually 3 lines, bonded into 1 RJ45 lead) line put in which will be the main provision to pfSense.
pfSense will be running in a vLan situation and some/most/all of the vLans will have a dedicated static public IP.
I was wondering if there is any advantage in also load balancing with another line which has a separate, 'basic' ADSL provision on it?
Is there any point in doing that? It seems like a good idea - but it also seems like a daft idea! The bond is 3 at about 6Mb each (not LLUed) and I could have an LLUed provision doing about 15Mb on the other side.
Any thoughts? Am I sounding like a certain knight in Monty Python to even be considering this?
Anybody got any feelings on this?