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# 19196 8-Feb-2008 23:03
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Just think about the possibilities... 2 or more ADSL2+ enabled lines with broadband and having them bonded... mmm... Smile

Multiple lines into a router... chugging along at 24mbps*(the number of ports you have)... mmm... Smile

Just wonder if ANY ISP will publically offer that.
The US doesn't seem to have much of the support and also modem support is small as well, so we'll definitely not going to see this soon, but: mmm... Laughing




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  # 109386 9-Feb-2008 00:17
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I want that now. Thank you.

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  # 109398 9-Feb-2008 02:36
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All of the methods suggested on there require support from Telecom network equipment as does MLPoATM - so short answer is that unless they plan to offer this over their own ADSL  LLU service then no.

You could accomplish something to this effect with two PPPoA links and CEF per packet routing but you would run the risk of getting traffic out of order quite a bit - or you could do per flow however this does not obviously balance traffic in an ideal manner.

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