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Old 01-16-2009, 08:40 PM   #1
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Question i want to use 2 or more isp's on one laptop wirelessly for larger bandwith

ok.. im not exactly new to linux.. im running fedora core, ubuntu8.1, win7, xp, vista, mandriva2009, and about to install solaris.. for no particular reason other than to have familiarity with many os's.. want to know if i can logon to 2 or more wireless signals at once? i have several usb wireless nics and lots of usb ports.. i live in yosemite and the dsl service here is not great.. im also inbetween like 6 signals all with seperate isp's.. so if i could somehow combine them..... i dont know if this is feasable.. thanks..
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