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    How to combine multiple internet connections or do balancing/failover?



    Hello,

    anyone knows clever, cheap way to combine multiple internet connections (link bonding) into one to increase speed and possibly uptime (called "failover")?

    COMBINNING/LINKING/BONDING MULTIPLE CONNECTIONS

    Google phrasse: combine two internet connections software
    it found many tutorials like:
    http://www.wikihow.com/Combine-Two-Internet-Connections
    this one looks more complicated: http://www.instantfundas.com/2014/05/how-to-combine-multiple-internet.html

    http://www.techkhoji.com/how-to-comb...t-connections/

    CONNECTING TO THE PC

    To work around only one RJ45 port on the PC for 2 internets, one can use wifi or buy "USB to RJ45 dapter", aliexpress.com is cheap

    LOAD BALANCING / FAILOVER

    Another SW for network load balancing: http://www.sortbyte.com/software-pro...anager/kb/1001

    Another way for Windows 7 and similar probably: http://superuser.com/a/140670

    One can also get 2x WAN router that has feature usually called "load balancing" and "failover". These routers seems to be quite rare and cost a few hundred $.

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    Nice info will this work if you want to combine 3g and ether net?

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