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By terenceyeo ·
How can I let the users to use transparently to any line to the Internet if I have 2 ADSL 512KBPS broadband connections?

If I do not split them into 2 groups, am I achieving the full capacity of having 2 connections?

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2 adsl connections

by sgt_shultz In reply to 2 adsl connections

check this out:
http://www.nexland.com/product_spec/Nexland_Pro800turbo_Data.pdf
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Designed for settings in which losing your Internet connection is not an option, The Nexland ISB Pro800turbo load-balances 2 independent Internet Connections making them seem as one. Mix DSL, Cable and or T1 connections for increased speed and redundancy.

The web-based interface allows you to define percentages of use for each line. If one line goes down, 100% of the traffic is sent to the good line automatically. A serial connection behind the Nexland ISB Pro800turbo automatically keeps your network connected to the Internet via an external analog or ISDN modem* in the unlikely event that both your primary connections go down.

The Nexland ISB Pro800turbo also features Nexland's patent-pending technology which supports unlimited IPsec VPN tunnels behind the firewall. You can ensure that your data is secure whether it is on the corporate network or on yourhome computer.

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2 adsl connections

by terenceyeo In reply to 2 adsl connections

Having 2 ADSL lines is equal to having 2 telephone numbers to get connected to the ISP. With this product, how is it done?

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by Choppit In reply to 2 adsl connections

The Nexland box balances the two connections by passing connections through the two WAN ports based on a user defined weighting. At 50/50, two simultaneous downloads will use a port each. For a number of users sharing this connection this benefits all users, however no one gets to use more bandwidth than is available from a single WAN port unless they are using multiple connections for the same application.

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