I have two sites that are fairly close to each other, and I am planning to buy two point-to-point copper pairs for each site. On each site I will have a ADSL2 DSLAM and one modem. There will be two Cisco routers on each side and what I want to do is set the upstream traffic's static route to point to the DSLAM on either side of the setup, therefore we should be able to have24Mbps of symetrical bandwidth by utilizing the downstream link of the ADSL2 technology.
For example from Site A, if I upload a file to Site B the file will be forwarded to Site A's DSLAM and Site B's modem will be downloading at24Mbps. If I download a file from Site B, then the file will be pointed to Site B's DSLAM and Site A will be downloading at 24Mbps.
Is such a setup possible? How much does point to point dry copper cost nowadays if it is?
Thanks for any input.