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Old 04-03-2009, 07:12 AM   #1
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combining 2 internet connection on same fedora server

Iam planning to combine 2 internet connections to the same fedora server in order to speed up connection and dividing traffic on both connections can this be done on fedora .
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I'm only answering this since I notice it hasn't been answered in a while, so don't expect a great deal of knowledge from me on this one.

I think you should look into iproute2, which I think you will find is called iproute in fedora.

But try google before you go too far down that path.



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