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Standard User jchannon
(learned) Wed 30-Sep-15 09:35:38
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FTTC Bonded Lines


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Hi,

I live in a rural area and hopefully by Christmas we will have FTTC available. In the ADSL days you could have 2 lines and bond them together to get double the speed.

I was hoping I could do the same with FTTC but this seems a bit more complicated.

Do you know of any ISPs that support having this setup and do you have any recommendations for routers + any extra hard ware that might be needed.

I'm hoping to combine 2 lines to get 160mbps down.

Thanks!

Edited by jchannon (Wed 30-Sep-15 09:36:05)

Standard User Pgre
(experienced) Wed 30-Sep-15 11:48:01
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Re: FTTC Bonded Lines


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Hi,

There is a company called Shareband you may want to have a look at http://sharedband.com which you can use with Multiple ISPs and services.

Regards PGre
Standard User jchannon
(learned) Wed 30-Sep-15 11:52:00
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Re: FTTC Bonded Lines


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Thanks

Have you used them and can recommend them?

Just had a look on Twitter and people don't seem to impressed with them

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Wed 30-Sep-15 12:07:06
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Re: FTTC Bonded Lines


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http://www.aaisp.net.uk/kb-broadband-bonding.html

AAISP is another option using their FireBrick solution

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Standard User gmoorc
(committed) Wed 30-Sep-15 12:27:17
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Re: FTTC Bonded Lines


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This thread has a bit of recent info.

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Standard User chilting
(learned) Wed 30-Sep-15 12:39:44
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Re: FTTC Bonded Lines


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I use AAISP very successfully with the Firebrick. The Firebrick is expensive but it works really well.
If you don't mind the expenditure this is an excellent option that WILL deliver as promised!
Standard User jchannon
(learned) Wed 30-Sep-15 12:52:35
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Thanks, gives me a bit more info on other suppliers
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