Yes this is what we have at work. Draytek 2820 ethernet port to Infinity modem and ADSL port on another phone line to another ISP that provides our E-mail. Works fine.
We added some load balancing rules in the Draytek so that e-mail coming in (POP3) and going out (SMTP) goes via the ADSL connection as won't work via Infinity connection.
Been using since February like this.
I use a 2820 with ADSL and Infinity at work and a 2750 VDSL router at home.
Its easy to setup the 2820.
Just enter you two ISP account names in WAN -> General setup.
I filled in the figures for the line speeds and set line balance mode to "According to line speed" as opposed to auto.
For WAN1 ADSL access I have.
For WAN2 I have similar
For load balancing I just have the IP address of our ISP SMTP server to force routing via ADSL.
Been away for a while, just seen your reply.
I put in these values
The values are the line theoretical max ADSL and Infinity line speeds. Appears to balance between the two line quite well between users.
5 Months old I know, sorry for digging up the past
GlynH, you can force the default connection to WAN2 on the Vigor2820 via CLI using the following command
ip route default wan2
All traffic will now go via WAN2 unless you tell it otherwise via Load Balancing Policy's.
I realise that this post is quite old but I too have just had Infinity installed. The BT modem is in and I can run from their Ethernet port into WAN2 on my Vigor 2820Vpn mode/router.
However does anyone know what user name and PW has to be entered into the ISP Access Setup fields?
If the modem itself is logging in to the BT account do these field need leaving blank or do they ahve to be populated with the same data as the modem user name and log in??