This video doesn't help me. Let me try to better explain what I need. I have already optimized my 4G connection at the site, using an external antenna and specifying best band. I have (only) about 10 Mbps down and 1 Mbps up, on average. This is my secondary WAN. My primary WAN is a Starlink beta feed, which at minimum provides around 50 Mbps down and 10 Mbps up. This speed is fine for my purposes of having one or more Zoom sessions going and possible video downloading going on at the same time. The problem is that the Starlink loses contact with satellites for 10-15 seconds, sometimes multiple times per hour. This period, I think, for utilizing failover to the the 4G WAN, but it is long enough to play havoc with a video conference. I'm trying to use 10:1 Starlink:4G load balancing on the thought that when Starlink goes down the 4G link will take all the traffic. Does it work that way?