said by FiReSTaRT: 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
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?