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#21310 22-Apr-2008 17:49
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is it posible to have multiple adsl accounts at 1 house and have some computers on 1 and the other on the other account
What i want this for is that i plan to have multiple computers running 24/7 and i want those computers to be on a different adsl connection from the rest of the computers in my home as i dont want them slowing every1 else down and my current connection cant handle that many of what i wanna do
(btw atm im on xnet fusion great product btw )
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  #125627 22-Apr-2008 18:07
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Add an additional line?

I don't think there are any other ways to have multiple Naked DSL connections on one line.




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  #125628 22-Apr-2008 18:09
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Only 1 account per line, so the only way is to have a second line / account sorry




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  #125630 22-Apr-2008 18:11
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so bye add another line do you mean dig uup my driveway add another cable sorta thing

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  #125632 22-Apr-2008 18:17
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No generally there will be a couple of Pairs to the house, Just in case people want a second line , so you wouldn't need to dig up the driveway Laughing...however generally your Service Provider will let you know (we would get the info from Telecom) if theres a problem with a second line install.




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  #125682 22-Apr-2008 20:52
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so say that there is a second line there allready i could just get another naked adsl connection for that

(and a bit of the topic but if i got 2 adsl conections is there anyway to link them together to get a faster conection i was reading and it looked like that you can but only if the isp supports it and most dont)
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  #125691 22-Apr-2008 21:09
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You can do it yourself - feed the ethernet leads from the 2 separate ADSL modems into a load balancing router, but then you are back to the risk of some of your computers using everything that is available, until you restrict them via QoS or other network management.

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  #125693 22-Apr-2008 21:14
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yea i thought that but can i even have 2 naked adsl accounts on 2 seperate line in teh first place
and how many line do they usealy bundle together as in the future i might need more
and 1 more thing how much does it cost to add another line or 2 in in case there isnt any more there

 
 
 
 


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  #125694 22-Apr-2008 21:20
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Yes, as above, most houses have 2 pairs into them - get the second pair connected then you will have 2 phone lines then get adsl on the 2nd line. Or if you don't want phone talk to the legends at WxC and get naked DSL on both pairs.

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  #125696 22-Apr-2008 21:26
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bye 2 pairs u mean just 2 lines as to me a pair is 2 but im just wishing
and no offense to the good ppl at xnet but for this second line i might go with adifferent isp so if 1 goes down i have a spare
i cant stand to be without the net im an addict lol
but is load balancing still posibl ewith diferent isp ive heard ppl say it isnt

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  #125702 22-Apr-2008 21:45
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1 pair = 1 line, 2 pairs = 2 lines

load balancing using hardware on your local network is nothing to do with the isp. hardware will be pricey though . . .

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  #126817 28-Apr-2008 14:52
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Hey guys

Ive just moved to new zealand from south africa so im not sure if its possible here but i dont see why not.
from what i have gathered from adsl here in new zealand its pretty much the same as in SA.
so can u not set ur router to bridge mode so it operates like a modem and create pppoe dial up connections
on your pc. then dial up into ur adsl account??

i used to do this in SA as i had about 4 different adsl accounts from different isp's
as i said im not sure if its possible here. i dont know if ur accounts here are pppoe accounts or what not...


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  #126848 28-Apr-2008 17:21
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Hi Froggy, what you propose will not work here, all telecom DSLAMs/ASAMs/ISAMs only provide PPPoA not PPPoE, so unless you pc has an ATM stack it wont work. Furthermore all TelecomNZ ADSL circuits are configured to only support one PVC, so multiple connections via a single ADSL circuit will not work.

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  #126869 28-Apr-2008 19:05
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cyril7: Hi Froggy, what you propose will not work here, all telecom DSLAMs/ASAMs/ISAMs only provide PPPoA not PPPoE, so unless you pc has an ATM stack it wont work. Furthermore all TelecomNZ ADSL circuits are configured to only support one PVC, so multiple connections via a single ADSL circuit will not work.

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It will work if he has two seperate lines though. There are also devices out there for under $200 that support dual wan with load balancing.

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  #126870 28-Apr-2008 19:07
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We have a naked slingshot connection and a flatmates provided xtra phone and dsl on the other pair.

Slight slowdown of one connection when the other is up for the second one to sync up, so I just have to reset my router when the flatmates is off - they turn theirs off at night because the lights annoy them.




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  #126873 28-Apr-2008 19:21
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It will work if he has two seperate lines though. There are also devices out there for under $200 that support dual wan with load balancing.


You are quite correct, however Froggys post directly concerned multiple PPPoE circuits on a single ADSL circuit , something quite plainly not supported by any of Telecoms hardware.

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