I currently have two sites receiving programming of two stations each through the multicast program I've setup in the Tieline feeding each site.
These sites have cradlepoint routers that can switch from a either a dedicated internet connection or Wireless Broadband, or between Wireless Broadband providers. When this switch happens, the IP's change and render the loaded program useless.
What I would like to know is if there is a way to prioritize connections. So, if a connection fails, the system would cycle through the programs available by priority, until both links we connected once again. This would have to have a designated loop, and after about three times through the list, it would need go through and connect as many end points as possible if all connections would not work. This would keep my one connection up, as there may be times when the actual unit fails at either site for whatever reason, which would cause it to hunt for a program that works for both, yet it would never connect as the actual unit would be hard down.
Hopefully, that all makes sense.