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Using multiple internet connections

tejjammy

Journeyman
I have MTNL wired broadband and Tata Photon Plus EVDO datacard. I wanted to know if there is a method of utilizing both the internet connections together.
That is for example if i download any file, can i utilise both the connections together (and thus get higher speed)?
Normally when both are connected, the OS randomly utilises any one automatically.
Solutions working either for Windows7, WinXP and/or Ubuntu will be better.
Any difficulty level and working on terminal is ok.:grin:

Thanks in advance
 

Sarath

iDota
There was an exact same query a few weeks back and it was solved. So your answer already lies in the forum. Search the "networking" and "Internet" threads.
 

Vyom

The Power of x480
Staff member
Admin
Couldn't you just increase the plan of one connection, instead of paying two operator's! :S
I am guessing you need fail safe mechanism for your connection.

Also, I think you can't utilize bandwidth from BOTH the connections, on a SINGLE file download, since a single file can tunnel from just a single operator.
But, it may be possible, to utilize bandwidth of separate connections to separate files.
 
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