2 dsl connections on 1 pc


#1

can i use 2 dsl connections on 1 pc?? if yes than plz explain


#2

Yes you can use 1 connection on 1 pc easily..For 2 connections you will have to buy a router with dual connection support.


#3

some intel boards have built-in support but that is W-LAN + GIGA LAN i guess


#4

You will need two LAN card for your PC to connect two dsl.


#5

I have 2 connections (ptcl) and 2 routers myself and when I connect them both into my pc I get an error like windows is already using a connection.... I am not a tech guy but but 2 connections on one computer didnot work easy way.

SECC sounds right, a "router with dual connection support" would be needed. because my system has 2 built in giga network cards and it detects both ptcl connections thru different routers as same conection.


#6

Combining two DSL connections wouldnt be possible (not for better speed atleast).

You can load balance two DSL connections but that wouldnt increase bandwidth.

If you just need 2 combine them for more reliability, use a load balancing router or a software to do the job.

For software load balancing ull need to connect each connection on a seperate netwrok adapter and setup the software accordingly.


#7

kindly give the software nam and plz give information about to combine on network card thanks


#8

its pointless, if its not gonna increase speed...


#9

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its pointless, if its not gonna increase speed…
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It’s possible, try www.peplink.com. These devices bond and aggregate all sorts of broadband connections into one.

below is a speedtest of 2 x 1Mbps PTCL lines being aggregated into one.

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can u post screenshot of an actual download?

and does this device also work with torrents?

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yes and yes…


#12

Hey Amt4l,

Is this product available in Pakistan?


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yar i think my 512 performs better than ur 2Mbps sometimes

http://www.speedtest.net/result/246656140.png

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Test the same with different server locations to get an accurate speed test.


#16

yaar koi sasta rasta batao bhai


#17

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ICS


#19

You do not need to buy a multi-wan router.

You can do it by using http://www.pfsense.com/

Follow instructions in http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/MultiWanVersion1.2


#20

BTW you can also use

http://www.vyatta.com/index.php

&

http://www.clarkconnect.com/index.php