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DSL bonding?

By sgt_shultz ·
ok so it is wild and crazy and probably embarrassingly ignorant. but.
my house has two dsl capable phone lines. here in the boonies it is riches beyond compare.
can i do anything tricky to leverage dsl on both lines into way fast connection? doesn't have to be a bonding type idea. what can you think up?
thanks in advance.

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by maxwell edison In reply to DSL bonding?

I did a quick Internet search using keywords "Combine DSL Lines", and got quite a few hits. One of those hits took me to an article that states the following:

"The Pro800turbo Load-Balances 2 different Internet connections making them seem as one. This enables full use of BOTH lines at the same time. Users can define percentages of use for each line if they like. Also, if one line goes down, 100% of the traffic is sent to the good line... Automatically! Great for networks with heavy loads or power surfers that like to download multiple files, like MP3s, at once. Speed up your network NOW!"

Link to article:

http://www.nexland.com/turbo.cfm

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That may be what you're looking for. If not, do a similar search yourself for some different options.

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by maxwell edison In reply to DSL bonding?

Other than that, I know nothing - I see nothing.

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by sgt_shultz In reply to DSL bonding?

geez with the turbo800 and two dsl lines i should be able to get answers before i even ask them...

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