said by JeanInNepean:
you'd have to have a server sitting on the net somewhere that consolidates your two network connections into a single IP address and, conversely, splits any incoming traffic on the two lines. That's pretty much what MLPPP does for you.
Okay, I get the idea. I have a rented virtual server that I could use for some testing.
Would this mean that *ALL* the traffic would pass through this (web)server?
Or is there some way to have it function as router / gateway of some kind (like no-ip or such) in such a way that not all of the traffic passes through the virtual server?
If not this would get expensive once I'd exceed the traffic limit.