Pardon my lack of imagination, but how could anyone -- other
than a spammer -- be generating enough outbound email traffic
to *need* to load-balance it, and yet have little enough
total Internet traffic to be using DSL rather than something
oriented to commercial use (like a T1)?
the reason is simple
something like "T1" here costs far too much to dedicate it just for mails.
for the same price i can get four "4Mbit/s" ADSL's (which i have now),
that actually gives 4Mbit/s download speed, but only 512kbps upload.
if you substract ACK's needed for 4Mbit/s download, little is left.
my ipfw rules manages all this so web browsing works fine, but mail output
is a problem now.
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