These days a large number of routers support dual WAN connections. Just look for a router with dual WAN and auto failover/failback.
It basically means you have two providers (ie cable and DSL, or cable and 4g) and then the router will detect a failure of one link and move everything to the second.
It's not seamless in the retail space of routers, in other words you will experience a disconnection of around 30-60 seconds depending on your hardware.
For absolute flawless failover you need high-end equipment that can be difficult to setup for a typical soho network.
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