Here is what I am thinking: DSL1--modem1--router1--COMPUTERS--router2--modem2--DSL2 The internal network will be served by 2 internet connections where some clients connect to DSL1 and some connect to DSL2. At the same time, all clients would share the same internal network and have access to local shares despite the different internet connections. My thinking is that I can just have both routers as nodes on the internal ethernet network, each with different internal IPs. Then I can assign different clients to different internet connections by entering the appropriate router IP for the gateway on each client. I think I would have to do manual IP assignments on each client since there is no way to control which DHCP server is used in the presence of multiple DHCP servers. I have never setup a network in this configuration, so I am looking for confirmation.