faster dialup with 2 lines and 2 modems ?
Date: 15 Jun 2005 18:47:00 -0700
is it possible to use 2 telephone lines and 2 modems in a linux pc to
double bandwidth for a point to point dialup connection ? is there a
way to do load sharing between the two lines so that packets are routed
across one or the other to effectively utilize the bandwidth of both
connections ? i'm assuming two seperate dialup accounts at the service
provider. the linux box would be set up as a router.
if that won't work, can it be done by putting another linux box with
the same configuration at the other end of the dialup and consolidating
the packets and then routing them through a service provider over dsl ?
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