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Source: Linux.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Network Security Today, it's hard to imagine an organization operating without taking advantage of the vast resources and opportunities that the Internet provides. The Internet's role has become so significant that no organization can afford to have its Net connection going down for too long. Consequently, most organizations have some form of a secondary or backup connection ready (such as a leased line) in case their primary Net connection fails.

However, the process of switching over from the primary to the backup connection, if done manually by the system administrator, can take some time, depending upon how ready the backup setup is and on the availability of the administrator at the right moment. The process can even become a costly affair if the organization must buy dedicated routers for the purpose of automatic switchover. But there is an easy and cost-effective alternative -- setting up a Linux failover router.

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