After running for several months with a single router and a single
Internet Service Provider, Netstack College wants to improve the
reliability of their Internet connection. They have contracted with a
second ISP so they will have two connections to the Internet, both
running at the same speed, and each having its own external static IP
What does the network administrator need to do to take full advantage of the Cisco routers on each Internet connection?
routing protocol should be utilized, Routing Information Protocol
(RIP-2) or Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP)? Does one
have an advantage over the other?
Should load balancing be employed? Explain why or why not.
How would load balancing be enabled?
What changes to the network topology or design must be made to incorporate the second Internet connection and Cisco router?