I don't know anything about routers where we have two ISP's one of which sucks most of the time but their power stays on strong when the PG&E power goes off (which is a LOT in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California).
The other ISP is great most of the time, but he doesn't have battery backup so when the power goes off, their relative strengths cross.
Meanwhile if I subscribe to both, I kind of want to have both when all is well in PG&E land. There are others in the same boat, so that's why I ask.
My question is if I add the second ISP, folks tell me I should set up two separate routers, or, get a dual-wan router.
How well does the dual wan router setup work? Does it combine the bandwidth or just one at a time?
Which would you choose if you have the choice of two routers or a dual-wan router (or does it not matter)?
Any experience you can share?