Can any of the Ringcentral approved routers support a Comcast and AT&T input?

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My companies primary internet provider is Comcast. We've been having on and off again issues with them recently so we had AT&T install a backup line for internet connectivity. Can any of the Ringcentral approved routers support two internet connection inputs and switch between them if it senses issues with the primary connection? I would like to avoid having to physically pull out the network cable and switch it in case I'm not at the office. 
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Cisco Meraki can do this and is quite easy to configure and work with.  How many users and what speeds are your internet connections?  With that info I can advise what model is a good fit.  You can also browse here: https://merakinow.com/collections/security


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Comcast is 50/10 and AT&T is about 30/5.

About 20 computers total, maybe about 10 phones and then several devices connected through Wiif.

Wifi needs to be strong too. It's a 2 story 7500 square foot office building and our Asus router broadcasts pretty well throughout the whole building.

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