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Old 09-13-2005, 05:32 AM   #1
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channel bonding wlan cards


i might be on utterly the wrong track here, but here goes.

i have a machine with two 802.11g cards, connected to a 802.11g wireless access point which is in turn connected to a 100Mb Hub.

the performance for playing a video file over this network is pretty much abysmal, so i'd like to find a way to use both of the wireless cards as a single, fatter connection. i've looked into ifenslave etc, but im not sure how to proceed.

does anyone know if this is doable? does my WAP need to support it? does the fact I have a hub rather than a switch prevent this from working?

has anyone done anyhting similar?



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