Thank You for the reply bro.Is it possible, yes. Depending on your configuration, can MT do it, thats harder.
If you use PPPoE sessions, or raw static IPs, then the answer is no. If you have control of the other end of the connection, such as having the ability to put your own MT in, then yes.
But in general, the answer is no.
That is not correct, it can make SSL connections and route by one of the WAN to solve the problemThe problem with using 2 WAN side data lines to do load balancing is that the router will flip back and forth between the 2 WAN's, and the LAN side will report first to one WAN address, then the other. IF you are using SSL, you lose your connection as soon as it flips. There is no good way to get around this. You can assign one group of customers to one WAN, and another group to the other WAN, that's about as good as it gets.