On 6 Feb 2006, in the Usenet newsgroup comp.os.linux.networking, in article
>I have two DSL modems and I want to use both (not only for getting
>double bandwidth). I have found only two solutions:
>1. using Load balancing router like DLink LB604 etc which has two WAN
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>2. using a PC which will have 3 network cards, 2 for 2 DSLs and 1 for
>LAN (10 connection). then configuring the routing table so that some of
>the machines use the one DSL and some second DSL.
>Is there any other solutions?
Unless the two DSL links are to the same provider, and you have made
arrangements with them to split the traffic, then your second solution is
probably going to be best. A single host making a connection to a remote
server such as the FTP server at nus.edu.sg is only going to be able to use
a single link, because if you used two, you would appear to be two separate