how can i merge 2 internet connections on the same pc??

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  1. silly_kash

    silly_kash New Member

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    hi all

    need some help here

    its like that i have a free isp on which i get connection speeds of around
    40 kbps. i also plan to get a cable connection soon.
    my main query is that is there any way by which i can bridge both of my connections together to make a real broadband connection?? and how?
     
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    search the forum before u post plz
    u can bridge ur connections by going to network connections ... selecting the connections ... right clicking ... and selecting "bridge"
    dunno if it works for dialup with broadband tho !
     
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    Sorry for the dumb querry. How does one bridge a serial connection and a ethernet connection? I tried but, due to limited exposure to such things failed. i was able to bridge two ethernet connections but not a mix of serial / usb or ethernet.
    regards pradeep
     
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    Thanks Very much theraven.Its really wrks. Bcoz where i am wrking there r two lan cards with the same connection.By doing the Bridge the speed has improved a lot. Thank u very much.
     
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    not a problem
    and im sorry im not very sure abt serial/usb with lan connections !
     
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