|reply to Aranarth |
Re: [DSL] Bonded DSL Q's
I was just thinking about it since all I could find were dual channel bonded modems.
I suspect 4 channels would be relatively inexpensive using a pair of dual bonding modems and then a dual wan router.
It wouldn't be perfect but I could then take 4 dry loops and bond them together that way to get about 12Mbs/3Mbps.
A single machine might not be able to use all of it at once, but multiple machines would have plenty of bandwidth to share.
North Tonawanda, NY
·Verizon Online DSL
True. If Frontier would use MLPPP, that's another option to get dual ADSL2+ bonded connections to become a single connection. Or if you've got a machine in a nearby datacenter, I always throw around using VPN bonding on a Linux router with some Load Balancing and traffic rules for additional bandwidth.