We have a dual wan router with dsl as the primary wan 1 port, and cable as the wan 2 port. The router is enabled to load share as long as both wan's are up, if one goes down the other takes over full control. A public static ip is setup on wan 1 of the router. We have two pieces of equipment we need to be able to access remotely: 1. A server with web port access 2. A phone system for remote VoIP. Both are behind the NAT on the router. The server is no problem, I can setup a dyndns account for wan 2 for a secondary port login on it. The problem is with the phone system. If the dsl goes down we lose the remote phones which can potentially be a big problem. They would have to be reprogrammed with the address the dyn account is pointing to at the time in order to work, which is not really an option. The router does not have the ability to do a one to one connection or to loopback from wan 2 to wan 1. My question, is there a router with the capability to allow a static address to continue to be see able from the outside through another connection, even if the connection the static is tied to goes down?