I imagined something like BGP was used, since they seem to be offering a public IP that could be used on customer's premises to host service over the internet etc.
I know this has been discussed many times over, but in terms of BGP, how hard is to get a ASN for a small provider?
Some customers of mine have multiple ISP terminating at their office, (cable, fiber, DSL or a combination of them), but the big limitation is that each ISP offer them different public IPs.
Configuring MT routers to allow automatic failover for outgoing Internet traffic is easy, but the incoming traffic directed to the public IP served by the ISP that just went down is the problem.
What alternatives are out there to offer solutions to customers with that issue?
I looked at that website because it appears they offer solution out of the box, but they are in the EU and Im in the US, so not sure what else can be done here.