multi-ppp dial-up connections to ISP???

multi-ppp dial-up connections to ISP???

Post by Josh Su » Wed, 10 Jan 2001 19:04:28

I want to use one linux box as the gateway of our network to access

Our ideal bandwidth is around 256 or 384.  We can use 2 or 3 isdn
connections or 5-6 56k modems.

Is there any module that can dial up according to the actual bandwidth

Also we want to have load balance among those ppp connections. If our ISP
does not support multi-link, we must find a method to bundle those

Using IPmasq is a way to share the connection.  But how about the load

Please provide some hints.


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