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    indian_samosa No longer here..

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    Hi,
    I wanted to ask ..
    I have one pc and one telephone line thro which i get adsl...
    my friend has the same setup....
    can we somehow combine the two so that we can get combined speeds that is double the individual speed.
    If yes then kindly suggest a way.
     
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    According to me to double the speed is not possible by the way u suggested..........

    1.) in order to connect the 2 pcs u'll need a connection between the 2.... which will act as a bottleneck.....

    2.) moreover u can install a software such that the data U send will be managed........ but what abt the data that the server sends u.......which way will it send?????to ur pc or ur friends pc.....

    3.)then there will be security issues.......if a pack of data is sent thru ur computer to his ..... then u can view it....and change it....:D....

    see its not as simple as 2+2=4....
     
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    thanks for ur prompt reply vandit..
     
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    i dont think ...this will increase the speed.
     
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