I have a small farm with multiple buildings. I currently have two ISPs providing internet to two locations. Each location has its own modem and own wireless routers. The two locations are fairly close to each other and I can pick up the others wifi (reliably) from the closest half of each building. It is reliable enough that I would feel confident running a mesh network to connect the two. However, what I would like to do is continue running two modems but hook them both up to a mesh network on either end (ISP modem 1 > Mesh Router Master > Mesh Router Slave >< Mesh Router Slave < Mesh Router Master < ISP Modem 2) so I can run it as a redundant connection so if one ISP loses connection, the other one takes over. Is it possible to run two IPs to the same mesh network without causing any issues? I know some standalone routers have the option for redundant connection (two inputs) but I have not found any for a mesh network.