|Re: Using Two ADSL Internet Connections Simultaneously|
|Gordon Burditt (email@example.com)|
Wed, 07 Dec 2005 19:56:47 -0000
> I have two telephone lines. I want to make both of these lines ADSL|
> connections to the internet and use these connections to provide
> internet access to several wireless laptop computers. A maximum of
> about 20 laptops would be connected to the system at once. I would
> like the laptops to be able to use both lines simultaneously so that I
> don't have one line overloaded and one underloaded (ie: I want to
> balance the traffic on the lines at any given time).
Are the lines connected to the same provider? Are they willing to
There are drivers in FreeBSD (and probably Linux as well) which permit
It is possible (especially if the lines are from different providers)
Do you intend to accept incoming connections from the outside?
> Anyone have any suggestions on how to set up something like this?
To do a good job, you need help from your ISP. To do a really good
Gordon L. Burditt
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