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Old 04-11-2009, 08:27 AM   #1
jonnyhashem
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binding 2 internet connections on same fedora server


Hi:
Can i bind 2 interent connections or more on same fedora server to create bigger one with double bandwidth ,or it needs a specific router to be able to do this,
Can any one help me in this.
thanks.
 
Old 04-13-2009, 06:22 AM   #2
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hi jonny,

no you dont need a specific router to do that
as long as your ISP link is capable for doing so - ie. the same PPP account etc.
it will not work if you have 2 different links.

the simplest way to do is to put the linux router behind 2 modems in route-mode, so that the linux router can have an ethernet-based link (just for simplicity), and do the link aggregation/bonding.

Code:
modem1 --- |
          linux --> doing ethernet-based port aggregation
modem2 --- |
HTH.
 
  


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