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Standard User Lemzip
(fountain of knowledge) Wed 23-Mar-11 23:48:50
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Line bonding


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Well im getting the itch to look into line bonding as we will see no FTTC for some time.

I only option available is bonding with linux etc however i have not seen a decient guide on how this is done, even google isnt doing well.

Anyone got any information for this?

thanks
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Wed 23-Mar-11 23:54:27
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Re: Line bonding


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Here's one way http://www.beusergroup.co.uk/technotes/index.php?tit...

Here's another http://kac-ani.xt.pl/en/node/29/

and another http://www.tomschaefer.org/web/wordpress/?p=538

And real line bonding https://www.bethere.co.uk/web/beportal/linebonding



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Edited by BatBoy (Thu 24-Mar-11 00:01:40)

Standard User Lemzip
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 24-Mar-11 00:08:38
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Re: Line bonding


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thanks, i have a linux box (basic p4 with 2gb ram) running mandriva however its been in the loft for a year+

Got a TT LLU line thats at 16.7 and looking at picking up a sky llu line as its so cheap and hopefully that will get 16 aswell smile


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Standard User Lemzip
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 24-Mar-11 01:27:40
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Re: Line bonding


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think im going to go this route, i presume its easier and will work just as well?

http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Multi_WAN_/_Load_Ba...
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Thu 24-Mar-11 07:49:26
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Re: Line bonding


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Looks similar to my 3rd link wink



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Standard User Lemzip
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 24-Mar-11 09:58:31
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Re: Line bonding


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sorry, only checked the first tongue

Decided against it, wont help me with what i was planning....dam servers that wont allow multiple ips for the same account laugh, who would have thought hey lol.

Edited by Lemzip (Thu 24-Mar-11 09:59:45)

Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Thu 24-Mar-11 10:11:36
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Re: Line bonding


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It will be fine, although you may find you have to force some connections down one link as some sites don't like the IP address changing during a transaction - https for example.

I think wifigeek had success a similar way http://forums.thinkbroadband.com/ukonline/t/3848415-...

[ed] Oh, VPN bonding then wink



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Standard User Lemzip
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 24-Mar-11 12:02:59
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Re: Line bonding


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any additional equipment required?

I would love to do that as it would get passed the multi ip issue on newsgroups. I only have sky and tt llu so was going to get a sky line to join my tt line.

I have pm'd him to see how he has set it up, would be perfect for me.
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Thu 24-Mar-11 12:06:16
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Re: Line bonding


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In reply to a post by Lemzip:
any additional equipment required?
A modem for each line and a router (e.g. a PC) to combine them.
I would love to do that as it would get passed the multi ip issue on newsgroups. I only have sky and tt llu so was going to get a sky line to join my tt line.
Maybe some news providers allow you to use multiple IP's



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Standard User Lemzip
(fountain of knowledge) Thu 24-Mar-11 12:30:25
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Re: Line bonding


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difficult to find one, but now this vpn issue i like!

Juts need to do some research into it, see what software is required.

EDIT: Seems i need a server to sit somewhere on the internet to do vpn bonding and not just a machine at my property....pain!

Edited by Lemzip (Thu 24-Mar-11 12:38:27)

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