I have a problem I need to solve and need a little guidance. Any help appreciated.
I need a network connection over multi-carrier cellular/LTE/whatever that has carrier diversity. Not bandwidth aggregation, just selecting the best path for traffic based on conditions “right now”.
I have looked at multi-SIM routers but the best I’ve found only has two radios and expen$ive cloud management software.
I am thinking that what I want is a router with a custom Linux build attached to three simple, cheap cellular modems/routers and that can monitor throughput and route traffic based on that and other custom rules like data cost, etc.
Seems to me that a reasonably cheap mainstream router burned with a custom Linux build, some custom software and a few cellular modems could do this… No?
Can anyone give me any guidance here?