3 PCs, 9 IPs
Date: 5 Oct 2004 13:40:40 -0700
I have a network with 3PCs, and each have 3 IPs. Is there any way to
combine the bandwidth of 2 IPs, ex 2 x 10Mbit ethernet cards into 1
20Mbit connection, and have it only see 1 IPs address?
I kept the internal IPs simple:
192.168.0.10 - *.18 subnet 255.255.255.0
If so, would the same process work for external IPs? Do they have to
be on the same subnet?
Through my ISP, I have 4 IPs, 320Kbit upstream, and 3Mbit downstream.
My goal, if possible, is to combine the IPs for a total upstream:
1280Kbit downstream: 12Mbit.
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