Bit of a daft question perhaps.
We have a 40Mbps fibre line at work, with 200 users - mainly just surfing the web and email etc.
We need a fall-over system if the fibre line goes down; and we can only get regular business ADSL2+ with a download of around 12Mbps and upload of around 0.8Mbps. We would use PlusNet or such like.
If we needed to switch to the ADSL2+, we would tell all users to be careful and just surf the web and send small emails until the issue is fixed.
Could the ADSL2+ handle this emergency situation for a short while? All I want folks to be able to do is surf the web, even just slowly, and send/receive emails, again, slow is fine.
Thanks for your help.