said by FiReSTaRT:How exactly does this work with different speeds? Are you referring to the MLPPP on the providers side having link speed profiles set for the bonding? said by clarknova:
If you have a DSL connection that is getting 1.5/0.5, then the best you can hope for by adding another connection is 3/1.
Technically speaking, you're probably correct if restricted to TSI service. OpenWRT/MLPPP now supports heterogeneous bonding, so 1.5/0.5 + 5/0.8 = 6.5 + 1.3 (all minus the 15% PPPoE overhead), but this feature might require support on the LNS side as well. If TSI gives me 2 different speed profiles, I'll be glad to test it