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Help with downloading using multiple modems

By ajay.ramesh ·
Here's my configuration:

Laptop:
Acer Aspire 4520,
3GiB RAM, Nvidia Nforce Networking Adapter,
Wi-Fi(802.11 b/g),
AMD Athlon x64 2.1 GHz,
Nvdia GeForce 7000M,
Windows 7 Ultimate Build 7600,
UTStarcom WA3002R4 WiFI router for Cable/DSL internet, EvDO USB adapter for Wireless WAN internet.

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I have just recently been granted an EvDO internet connection from my company. I also have an existing Cable/DSL connection at home. I was wondering if it's possible to hook up both the modems so that the combined bandwidth becomes available to me.
I already tried hooking up both modems (EvDo through USB and Cable/DSL through LAN), but my networking seems to take only the faster connection (Used RESMON.exe to monitor bandwidth). Is there any way to add up my bandwidth?

Thank you for your time!

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by OH Smeg In reply to Help with downloading usi ...

No there is no way.

You may be able to get something but it is unlikely by plugging both Modems into a Router and connecting the NB to the Router with a CAT5 Cable. But as I said previously it is unlikely.

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